News in History: Persecution and Discrimination Against Atheists, Still Relevant

  According to Reuters, circa 2012, those who lack formal religion, atheists, or the unbelievers, face bias (Evans, 2012). The bias can manifest in discrimination to outright persecution of atheists. Those atheists in Islamic countries, apparently, face the most brutal treatment by both the government as well as adherents of … Continue reading

Interview with Bob Churchill – Director of Communications at the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU)

Bob Churchill is the Communications Director for The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU), Editor of The Free Thought Report.Bob Churchill is also a trustee of Conway Hall Ethical Society and a trustee of the Karen Woo Foundation.

Petition E-1264 (DISCRIMINATION): Open for Signatories

Scott Douglas Jacobsen Doug Thomas of Secular Connexion Séculière, who I have talked with before, has done something, which I have talked with some others in the irreligious community in Canada before about:

In Celebration of Dr. Leo Igwe

Scott Douglas Jacobsen Dr. Leo Igwe has been awarded the Distinguished Services to Humanism Award by the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU). We have written a number of articles together in a question and answer format. It was a pleasant surprise to him, apparently (Brayton, 2017). I am happy … Continue reading

Using the Freedom of Thought Report

I have been covering the International Humanist and Ethical Union’s Freedom of Thought Report since its first edition in 2012, and every year, without fail, someone complains about its focus. In the past I have repeatedly explained why the report’s narrow focus makes sense. This year, I’m going one step … Continue reading

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