Interview with Eric Adriaans-Ex-National Executive Director of Center for Inquiry Canada

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Eric Adriaans is the former National Executive Director of the Center for Inquiry Canada (CFI Canada). Eric is also a charitable sector leader, student in Athabasca University’s post-baccalaureate diploma program in Legislative Drafting and Fanshawe College’s Logistics and Supply Chain management program, and writer. Adriaans … 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

Hands Across The Water

Well, not exactly hands across the water because John Hamill from Atheist Ireland flew across the water to Toronto and met with Eric Adriaans from Centre For Inquiry Canada to announce the charter of the new International Coalition Against Blasphemy Laws, and to discuss how both groups will work together as … Continue reading

The Campaign to Abolish Blasphemy Laws, Worldwide

Everything you need to know about “The Campaign to Abolish Blasphemy Laws, Worldwide” is available on one website: End Blasphemy Laws. The “About” section explains, The End Blasphemy Laws Campaign is run by the International Coalition Against Blasphemy Laws and brings together individual people (like you!) and organizations that share … Continue reading

Reason for Change

Centre for Inquiry Canada is proud to take part in Reason for Change: Leadership Conference of the Center for Inquiry-Transnational: The event brings together student and community activists from across North America for four days packed with leadership training, workshops, networking, educational presentations, and more! The program begins on Thursday … Continue reading

The Case for “Male Entitlement”

By Jackson Doughart Eric Adriaans’s riposte to my “justification” of “men’s use of the sex trade” would be interesting if only it responded in good faith to what I’d actually written, if he attempted to understand what I actually think, or if I had ever actually set out to provide … Continue reading

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