Films

Finding meaning in stories and myths

Natalie Haynes is a classicist, comedian, and author, who explains the importance of creativity and writing from a humanist perspective.


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Humanism and art

Creative Director of the IMOS Foundation, Briony Kapoor, talks about the importance of art from a humanist perspective.


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Humanism and music

Frank Turner is a punk and folk singer-songwriter who talks here about the way humanism ties in with music and performance.


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What kind of world do you want?

(Age 11+) Humanists describe their goals for society.


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Building a better world

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.


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Is this the best time to live?

Steven Pinker, a psychologist and author, talks about how life on Earth has been getting better for humankind.


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How have we made progress?

Steven Pinker, a psychologist and author, speaks about how science, reason and humanism have been drivers of progress.


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How much work is still to be done?

Andrew Copson describes the current state of play when it comes to achieving humanist ideals in the world.


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What is secularism?

‘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.


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The case for secularism

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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The state of secularism

Andrew Copson reveals some of the dangers secularism faces around the globe today.


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A warning: humanism under threat

Ian Dunt is editor of politics.co.uk and speaks here about how humanist values are under threat under the current political climate.


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