I would like to thank the British Humanist Association (BHA) and The National Federation of Atheist, Humanist and Secularist Student Society (AHS) for their help in advertising our event and sharing with us some valuable critical feedback. I have seen our event promoted on Facebook, Twitter and in the most recent newsletter and I feel that this help as allowed us to make the event even more inclusive, indeed, we have sold a few more tickets and gained some volunteers in response to these efforts which we value greatly.
For anyone interested in what the BHA or AHS does, and how you can be part of fantastic opportunities that range from this year’s World Humanist Congress at Oxford University, to local human rights and social justice activism amongst myriad other activities and initiatives, I would definitely recommend a visit to their website.
There you may perhaps discover if you are a Happy Humanist and how you can help out. Or, you might happen upon the informative and beautifully entertaining videos by Stephen Fry and the BHA on many important questions such as “how can I be happy?” or “what makes something right or wrong?” For a brief introduction to Humanism, why not watch the video below and listen to the views of, amongst others: Tim Minchin, Phillip Pullman, Richard Dawkins, and AC Grayling.
Thanks again to the BHA and AHS.
– Glen Carrigan