Faisal Saeed Al Mutar, founder of Ideas Beyond Borders and the Global Secular Humanist Movement speaks to Conatus News about secularism in the Middle East.
The notorious ‘Muslim fostering row’ is a perfect example of the media fanning the flames by using the language of religious identity politics. An obvious danger…
Kwaku Adusei is the founder of the Common Sense Foundation in Ghana. Here, he talks about the Common Sense Foundation and becoming a humanist.
The worrying transition of Anne Marie Waters from secular campaigner to far-right idol poses some uncomfortable questions.
Scott Jacobsen interviews Dan Arel who is a secular activist, author, blogger and Godless parent. In this interview, they discuss secular activism, Dan’s blogging and parenting…
Simon Ørregaard is the Chairman of Eftertro. It is a small organization devoted to helping people who are in an existential crisis based on being “post-faith,” which is the translation of Eftertro.
Scott Jacobsen interviews the CEO of the Secular Policy Institute, Jason Frye, about his background and work.
Scott Jacobsen interviews the President of the Secular Party of Australia, John Perkins, here.
“Empathy, reason, and the ability to learn from experiences are all necessary to work with others. Religious dogma…was created to control others.”
David Niose is an author and attorney who has served as president of the Washington-based humanist advocacy group, the American Humanist Association (AHA)