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March for Science in Melbourne, Australia, on 22nd April, 2017, on the steps of the State Library in Swanston StreetWelcome to the Humanist Society of Victoria events portal. In our effort to help create a better society, Humanists get actively engaged in social and political action. We liaise and work co-operatively with many kindred organizations. In this section, you can find upcoming events on a range of issues directly and indirectly related to the humanist cause.

The Humanist Society of Victoria also conducts monthly public lectures on a variety of topics and monthly member discussion meetings. The discussions start at 11:00 am on the second Sunday of each month and are held in Hawthorn East, Victoria.

For an introduction, contact Stephen Stuart on (03) 9857 8318 or at victorianhumanist@gmail.com

A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak Out on Joy and Meaning in a World without God

Tuesday 19 September 2017, 5:00 to 7:00 pm

University of Melbourne, Grattan Street, Parkville
Christopher Johnson, author of A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak Out on Joy and Meaning in a World without God will be speaking on the insights he gained from writing the book. The event is hosted by the University of Melbourne Secular Society. Humanist Society of Victoria members are specially invited. Read Event Details …

A Better Life: An Exploration of Joy and Meaning in a World without God

Thursday 21 September 2017, 5:00 to 7:00 pm

University of Melbourne, Grattan Street, Parkville
A screening of Christopher Johnson’s film (author of A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak Out on Joy and Meaning in a World without God). The screening will be attended by the author and is hosted by the University of Melbourne Secular Society. Humanist Society of Victoria members are specially invited. Read Event Details …

2018 Global Atheist Convention

Friday 9 to Sunday 11 February 2018

Global Atheist Convention 2018This Global Atheist Convention will bring together like-minded thinkers and those who want to challenge their thinking for an exhilarating three days featuring world-renowned speakers and entertainers in a world-class Melbourne venue.

It’s going to be a fascinating mix of science, social issues and comedy. The Convention’s theme is Reason to Hope and it will emphasise the importance of evidence-based reasoning in a climate where “alternative facts” can influence political and social issues – among a lot of laughs, book signings and photo opportunities of course! This will be a great opportunity to amplify our shared message about the importance of human solutions and critical thinking in government policy. Read Event Details …