What do humanists think about abortion? How might a humanist respond to religious arguments relating to abortion?
Why might a humanist be motivated to engage in dialogue with religious people? What areas of common ground can be found?
Why might humanists care about the environment? Is the natural world only important because of its use to human beings?
Do humanists believe we should have the right to legal assisted dying? How do they decide?
What do humanists think about donating our organs after we die?
Do humanists think war can ever be justified? Why might a humanist join the armed forces? How do humanists work for peace?
In this short film humanists from Defence Humanists answer some of the above questions.
In this short film humanist philosopher A C Grayling answers questions on war, its causes, its justifications and how we might avoid it.
Humanist perspectives on their way on war and peace, crime and punishment, prejudice and discrimination, and families and relationships.