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South London Humanists

A positive caring alternative to religious belief

 

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About Us

South London Humanists (SLH) support a positive caring alternative to religious belief.

Humanism is an ethical alternative to religion, based on reason, equal rights, free speech, and one law for all.
Unfortunately, just when fewer and fewer people are interested in religion, we are confronted more and more by religious privileges in education, the workplace and political life.

SLH seek to lead honest and law-abiding lives, according to the values of human rights and responsibilities.

These values include:

* Equal rights for everyone.
* Freedom of speech.
* No discrimination regarding gender or sexual bias.
* A democratic society with one set of laws for everyone.

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What We Do

meetings

Meetings
8pm – 10pm

Monthly open meetings held at the Friends’ Meeting House, Cedar Road, Sutton

events

Wednesday 12 June 2019 – Bruno Guillaume will give a talk on the work of the charity Practical Action.

About humanism

Humanism is a naturalistic view, encompassing atheism and agnosticism and is an active and ethical worldview that places empathy, compassion, and the welfare of people as the way to find meaning in our lives.

Work with us

South London Humanists are involved in fund raising for local charities, and also hold social events.  Details of upcoming events can be found in the section below.  Please contact us for more information.

Conway Hall

Owned by the Conway Hall Ethical Society, the Hall now hosts a wide variety of lectures, classes, performances, community and social events. It is renowned as a hub for free speech and independent thought.

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Featured events and speakers

Our members following the laying of the South London Humanists wreath, the Mayor read “The Road not taken” by Robert Frost at our request as part of the service for all faiths and none.

Wednesday 12 June 2019

Bruno Guillaume will give a talk on the work of the charity Practical Action. The charity was founded in 1966 as the Intermediate Technology Development Group by radical economist EF Schumacher and a group of like-minded colleagues. Schumacher, author of the book, Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered, advocated the use of human-scale, decentralised and appropriate technologies. Practical Action works in the developing world with poor communities to develop appropriate technologies in renewable energy, food production, agro-processing, water, sanitation, small enterprise development, building and shelter, climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction.

Bruno Guillaume is a chartered civil engineer and chartered environmentalist who has been an active supporter of Practical Action for over 15 years.