Please Help CFIC Help Vulnerable People

2015 has been a terrible year of faith-based violence around the world.  We need your help to make a difference. CFIC began the year condemning faith-based violence when terrorists attacked the offices of Charlie Hebdo and then again when Avijit Roy was murdered in the streets of Dhaka.  Unfortunately, many … Continue reading

CFIC Update: Attacks on Bangladeshi Atheists and Secularists

In an urgent post on its website, Centre for Inquiry Canada informed its members and supporters that “CFIC Implores the Canadian Government To Help Tareq Rahim“: On October 31, 2015, religious fanatics in Bangladesh continued attacks on atheist and secularist bloggers. In the attack, Faisal Abedin Deepan, Avijit Roy’s publisher, … Continue reading

“Not Over Yet! Humanists Should Speak out on the Right to Die with Dignity “

CFI Canada has posted a guest submission from Dying with Dignity’s Dr. David Robertson: On February 6, the Supreme Court unanimously struck down the laws against physicians helping someone end their own life (assisted suicide) and actively ending someone’s life at their request (consent to death). Individuals seeking help must … Continue reading

From Apostle to Apostate: The Story of the Clergy Project

Catherine Dunphy, one of the founding members of The Clergy Project, visited the Toronto branch of CFI Canada to talk about The Clergy Project and her book, From Apostle to Apostate. Dunphy’s presentation was video tapped by NicolSD. When you listen to the portion after 34:00, the portion that deals … Continue reading

Bangladesh’s Continuing Shame

Today, the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) along with numerous other atheist, humanist, or secular organizations has released a statement on the death of Niloy Neel, the fourth atheist activist murdered in a year in Bangladesh: Niloy Chowdhury Neel, an online activist and secularist protester, has been found dead … Continue reading

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