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Thursday 11 June 2009

Iceland’s secularists challenge new parliament’s opening church service

The Icelandic secular humanist group Sidmennt caused a sensation this week when it offered MPs a secular alternative to the traditional church service that opens the Althing – the Icelandic parliament. Usually, members of parliament go to the main cathedral in Reykjavik, where a service is (...)
Thursday 21 May 2009
by  cilalp_france

A brilliant idea implemented in less than 36 hours

I would like to share this information with you in case it gives a useful idea to anyone else. On Wednesday night at a monthly meeting at my house, a brilliant idea occurred to the board members of Sidmennt, the Icelandic Ethical Humanist Association, of which I am president. We implemented it (...)


“Secular views in bioethics” Review and Prospects


Friday, September 30th 2011

Saturday, October 1st , 2011

Campus Universitat de Barcelona

Facultat de Dret de la Universitat de Barcelona

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Under the auspices of the Observatori de Bioetica i dret and of the Faculte de Droit, universitat de Barcelona (Prof. Maria Casado and Albert Royes)

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News items

6 October 2010 - NSS Bulletin autumn 2010

NSS Bulletin

7 September 2010 - Number of Catholic weddings falls dramatically

The number of Catholic weddings in the (US) Archdiocese of Boston – where the extent of the (...)

7 September 2010 - Armed forces consider deploying "humanist chaplains"

The Scotsman reports "military sources" as being "sympathetic" to the idea of establishing an (...)

7 September 2010 - Coming out as atheist – John McCrirrick

The barmy betting guru John McCrirrick tells us on Channels Four’s own "Thought for the Day" (...)

7 September 2010 - Darwin’s house and laboratory denied world heritage status – for now

Charles Darwin’s home, Down House in Kent, and the surrounding landscape where he carried out (...)