(Age 11+) Several famous humanists offer their answers to some of life's biggest questions.
(Age 11+) Chief Executive of Humanists UK, Andrew Copson, presents an introduction to humanist beliefs about human nature, knowledge, meaning, morality, and society
(Age 7+) Several humanists explain what it means to be a humanist.
Philosopher Richard Norman discusses whether we can define what precisely humanism is, or whether it is better to think about it in a different way.
(Age 11+) A variety of humanists answer the question ‘What is humanism?’
(Age 7+) Humanists explain how they came to describe themselves as humanists. Very often it was the discovery of a word that fitted their existing approach to life.
Not all those who describe themselves as non-religious could be described as humanist. However, as societies become more secular, humanist groups increasingly take root.
Philosopher Richard Norman explores some of the areas in which humanists might disagree.
Humanists UK’s Director of Public Affairs and Policy, Richy Thompson, describes the significant changes in religious affiliation in the UK over the past few decades.
(Age 5+) Watch a humanist naming ceremony, hear how the parents made it meaningful to them, and use the questions to help students plan their own ceremony.
Humanists UK accredited celebrants talk about the importance of family and support networks, and how this is captured within humanist naming ceremonies.
Humanists UK accredited celebrants describe how the freedom and potential of new individuals are captured within humanist naming ceremonies.
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