(Age 11+) Chief Executive of Humanists UK, Andrew Copson, presents an introduction to humanist beliefs about human nature, knowledge, meaning, morality, and society
(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.
(Age 7+) Several humanists explain what it means to be a humanist.
(Age 11+) Several famous humanists offer their answers to some of life's biggest questions.
(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.
(Age 7+) Humanists explain how they make decisions about what they believe to be true.
(Age 11+) A short animation about how humanists believe science is the best method for answering questions about the world.
(Age 7+) Humanists describe how they think human beings can lead happy, worthwhile, and meaningful lives.
(Age 11+) A short animation about how humanists believe we need to find our own ways to make our lives meaningful, and that we should make the most of the one life we know we have.
(Age 11+) A short animation about a humanist attitude towards death.
(Age 11+) A short animation about how humanists make decisions about how to act, and why they believe we should be proud that morality is a human invention.
(Age 7+) A short film in which author Philip Pullman explains why he believes morality and our conscience evolved naturally.
Chief Executive of Humanists UK, Andrew Copson, explains what lies behind the humanist motivation to improve our quality of life and introduces some of the desired features of a humanist society.
Andrew Copson describes the current state of play when it comes to achieving humanist ideals in the world.
(Age 11+) Humanists describe their goals for society.
‘Secularism’ is a highly misunderstood term, often misused in the media. In this video Chief Executive of Humanists UK, Andrew Copson, explains the meaning of secularism and the aims of a secular state.
Andrew Copson describes the arguments for secularism and explains that you don’t have to be a humanist to be a secularist.
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