Grants made in 2022.
HV objects to religious exemptions from a number of anti-discrimination laws. It has opposed the capacity of religious schools to discriminate against students or staff on the basis of gender.
Events Archive 2020 Progressive Atheists’ 10th Anniversary Sunday 12 January 2020, 12:00 noon to 4:00 pmMatthew Flinders Hotel, 667 Warrigal Rd, Chadstone You are invited to join Progressive Atheists and […]
The Victorian Civil & Adminstrative Tribunal requires the State Education Department publicly to concede that school chaplains can be 'of any faith or no faith'. Humanist Society of Victoria played an important role in identifying a plaintiff for the case.
In 2015, the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) introduced two new capabilities into the Victorian curriculum. Integrated into this new curriculum is teaching students about world views and religions in a more impartial and non-doctrinal way. HSV formed an Education sub-committee tasked with aiding VCAA in developing the required materials for teaching about Humanism.