Philosopher Stephen Law explains moral relativism and some of the problems with it.
Philosopher AC Grayling describes where we might begin to find answers about how we should behave towards others.
Richard Norman explains what it is about our nature that gives rise to moral questions.
(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.
Chief Executive of the International Humanist and Ethical Union, Gary McLelland, describes the challenges humanists face internationally.
Uttam Niraula, Executive Director of the Society for Humanism Nepal, talks of the work of humanists in Nepal, including the setting up of a humanist village.
The founder of the Nigerian Humanist Movement, Leo Igwe, talks about the work of humanists in Nigeria.
Human rights activist, Gulalai Ismail, speaks about the work that she and other humanists do in Pakistan, and the dangers that they face.
Eva Quiñones, President of the Secular Humanists of Puerto Rico, describes the work of humanists in Puerto Rico.
Chair of the Humanists Association for Leadership, Equity and Accountability, Kato Mukasa, speaks about the work of humanists in Uganda.
Rafida Bonya Ahmed talks about the dangers that humanist and atheist bloggers face in Bangladesh, and the horrifying attack that killed her husband in 2015.
Giovanni Gaetani is the Growth and Development Officer at Humanists International, and speaks here about the work that Humanists International do across the globe.
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