Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Can you describe the local context? What is it like where you live? Also, to fill in some more blanks, what are some misconceptions about where you live? Bwambale Robert: Irreligiosity, where I live, is not much as religions take a large threshold in the community. I … Continue reading
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How much does atheism overlap with humanism to you? Violine Namyalo: Humanism greatly overlaps with humanism, both philosophies don’t believe in the existence of a deity.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you build a cooperative and flourishing irreligious community where you live? Robert Magara: To build a cooperative and make my community flourish irreligious, I am just doing the sensitization about Humanism and using our Ten Humanist principles and values.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: In Uganda, you run a humanist primary school. What do you do there? Robert Bwambale: I perform several roles at the primary school ranging from Administrative where I manage, direct the schools.
Russ Appelt and his girlfriend Elsie sponsor a student at Kasese Humanist Primary School in Uganda. However, inspired by Lylah Mouton at KidsHeartKids and by Sean McGuire’s ongoing support for KHPS at My Secret Atheist Blog, Russ wanted to do more to help the school and the kids, so he … Continue reading
Today, people all over the world are celebrating the good news from Uganda: A Ugandan court on Friday invalidated an anti-gay bill signed into law earlier this year, saying it was illegally passed and is therefore unconstitutional. Sarah Jackson, Africa Deputy Regional Director at Amnesty International, echoes the thoughts of … Continue reading