International coalition to protest arrest of Nigerian humanist

By Humanists International and Atheists United (Sat., May 2, 2020) London. — Atheists, faith leaders, and other grassroots activists have organized an international Week of Protest to help bring attention to the ongoing plight of Mubarak Bala, the President of the Humanist Association of Nigeria. On April 28, Mubarak Bala was arrested … Continue reading

Mubarak Held Incommunicado in Kano

By Leo Igwe  While the police authorities in Kano have confirmed that Nigerian Humanist Mubarak Bala is in their custody, they have not granted him access to a lawyer. He has been held incommunicado. The police arrested Mubarak in Kaduna three days ago following a complaint of insulting prophet Muhammad … Continue reading

Interview with Abdulrahman Aliyu on Nigerian Humanism Now

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Abdulrahman Aliyu is a Nigerian Humanist and Freethinker involved in the community and movement in Nigeria. Here we talk about Nigerian humanism now. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. It is one of the most populated nations on earth. Its politics impact … Continue reading

Extensive Interview with Dr. Jon Cleland Host – Managing Editor, Humanistic Paganism

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Dr. Jon Cleland Host is a scientist who earned his Ph.D. in materials science at Northwestern University & has conducted research at Hemlock Semiconductor and Dow Corning since 1997. He holds eight patents and has authored over three dozen internal scientific papers and eleven papers for peer-reviewed scientific … Continue reading

Ask An Abortion Doula 13 – “Which countries have the best access to abortion?”

By Autumn Reinhardt-Simpson Autumn Reinhardt-Simpson is an abortion doula and Ph.D. student in religious studies at the University of Alberta. She is the author of the Humanist Ceremonies Handbook (Humanist Press, 2018) and the upcoming The Companion: An Abortion Doula Handbook. You can visit her on her website  Here she answers Darren’s question from Edmonton, Alberta about … Continue reading

Interview with Sigurður Rúnarsson on Icelandic and Norwegian Humanism

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Sigurður Rúnarsson was born in Iceland in 1974 and works as a humanist officiant for both Siðmennt (The Icelandic Ethical Humanist Association) since 2013 and HEF (The Norwegian Humanist Association) from 2015. He was on the board of HEF in Drammen and Lier (Norway) local affiliate and … Continue reading

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