Climate Anxiety – Coping Together

Online via Zoom

As both our daily lives and the natural environment radically change what can Humanism offer? We will briefly clarify the history and meaning of humanism. Then the main focus of the event will be to discuss its relevance and connection to climate change, the anxiety that this can raise and explore how current times might […]

Helping Rainbow Refugees in Kenya

Online via Zoom

Humanists Victoria is proud to host this event for World Refugee Day, 20 June. This event is endorsed by Rainbow Atheists. Guest Speaker: Ian Seal from Many Coloured Sky Zoom meeting Saturday 20 June 2020 at 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. All welcome. What is life like for LGBT refugees in Kenya? What are their […]

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Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Online via Zoom

Join fellow humanists to discuss how we can ‘get comfortable with being uncomfortable’. Human beings tend to find uncertainty a very uncomfortable space to be! As humanists, we frequently find ourselves in that uncomfortable space. Many turn to religion and the supernatural to provide them with certainty. But we know there is much about which […]

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Food, glorious food – eating safely for planetary health and your own

Online via Zoom

Image courtesy of Free To Use Sounds on Unsplash If you are interested in following up the Humanists Victoria talk in May by Philip Wollen of the Kindness Trust or the extended conversation with David Mould on 23 June, or merely wanting to share your thoughts about being vegetarian, vegan or flexitarian, join Jennie Stuart […]

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Skeptics Café: Leo Igwe

Online via Zoom

Vic Skeptics are greatly pleased to have Dr Leo Igwe talk about the challenges that deep rooted superstitions bring to the African enlightenment. Leo Igwe is a Nigerian human rights advocate and humanist who has been especially active in countering witchcraft accusations in Africa.His work has been recognised with a laureate of the International Academy […]

Humanists Victoria and the new Humanists Australia

Online via Zoom

The new Humanists Australia has been created and is keen to support the needs of both emerging and existing humanist communities across the country. CAHS has already handed over production of the Australian Humanist journal and the management of AHoY awards to the new group. In due course it may be sensible for Humanists Victoria […]

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AHOY Awards ZOOM Meeting

Online via Zoom

This is an invitation to all interested Humanists to come along to a Zoom meeting to review the Australian Humanist of the Year (AHOY) and other Humanist Awards, now that they are to be awarded by Humanists Australia rather than CAHS. We will be looking at the process, criteria and timeline etc. Time: 2pm Monday 12th […]

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Emu Sky Exhibition

Old Quadrangle University of Melbourne, Carlton, VIC

Through art, research and storytelling, Aboriginal community members share their culture, knowledge and artistic practice. Developing from explorations of Aboriginal knowledge, science, language and land management practice, Emu Sky refers to the dark nebula that appears in the night sky in the shape of an emu, across southeastern Australia and beyond. It is central to […]