Humanists Victoria (HV) has a number of activities at any one time, some we create and others in collaboration with like-minded organizations.
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Our justice system fails renters. This grant will enable Anika Legal to build the capacity to advocate for a just housing system, where renters don’t face barriers to safe housing. By changing the systemic problems which cause housing injustice, Victorian renters will be able to maintain safe, secure, affordable housing.
Empowering young people and civil society organizations to resist misinformation and disinformation. Educational resources will be co-designed with youth, to prepare them for engaging with online content.
Growing community understanding of the need to protect human rights in law will lead towards the goal, which is to secure an Australian Charter of Human Rights.
Boroondara municipal councillor challenged the practice of opening each meeting with a prayer to God. It was not council's job to advance the glory of the Almighty. It took almost three years to convince council to abandon the prayer.
Opponents of the Voice referendum may not have carefully read The Uluru Statement from the Heart (2017).
Providing an avenue for people who have left or are considering leaving their religion to develop friendships and tap into resources that will help them on their journey through a life without religion.
Climate change is the defining challenge of our time. There is an opportunity to make a submission about the Climate Change Duty of Care Bill until 23 November 2023. Or sign a petition sponsored by the Climate Council.
Conducting a variety of ceremonies for the humanist-minded that are not religious in nature. Ceremonies that humanist celebrants officiate include weddings, funerals, baby namings, reaffirmation of marriage vows, coming of age ceremonies, divorce ceremonies, commitment ceremonies and milestone ceremonies.
External projects currently supported by Humanists Victoria.
Promoting a public pledge for homes and businesses will lead to government assistance to electrify their premises.