Scott Douglas Jacobsen “If someone offered you half a billion euros to end violence against women and girls, you’d thank them. Especially if you were acutely aware of the many worthwhile strategies and organisations presently starved for support. Especially if you had seen the diverse and insidious forms of violence … Continue reading
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How does IHEU fight for the rights of the religious and the non-religious? Gary McLelland: The IHEU is the only global democratic membership body for the range of non-religious organisations in the world. We are a network of atheist, humanist, laique, skeptic, ethical cultural and other groups.
SJ: What is the general perspective of the Christian population of the sexual minority population in the United Kingdom? TM: I’m an ex-Christian so I can’t speak as a member of that group. My answer will be my impression as an outsider.
By Leo Igwe Nigeria’s notorious witch hunter, Helen Ukpabio is taking her witchcraft ministry to Cameroon.
As our correspondence has unfolded, I have discovered that, not only you but, your family is steeped in ethical humanism, and ethical societies. So what is the deal? Where did your family first come into contact with ethical humanism? My parents were married at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical … Continue reading
By Leo Igwe I want to tell you why you should oppose the recent move by the Ukpabios to bring their witch-hunting mission to Lagos, Nigeria.