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 […]

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Ducks are People Too

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David Mould Join animal activist, David Mould, in this discussion with Paul Tonson, Humanists Victoria member. For some years, David has been at the forefront of a group that wants […]

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Australian Humanist of the Year 2020

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Fiona Patten MP Fiona Patten will receive the award of Australian Humanist of the Year 2020 from Council of Australian Humanist Society's President, Mary-Anne Cosgrove. In recognition of her energetic […]

ACT Humanist Society Member’s Forum: Black Lives Matter

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This month in the ACT Humanist Society's forum, the discussion will focus on Black Lives Matter, and how we can help support ATSI peoples and others experiencing racism in Australia, […]

Skeptics Café: Leo Igwe

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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 […]

2020 Council of Australian Humanists (CAHS) AGM

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The 2020 Council of Australian Humanists (CAHS) AGM has motions on the table to wind up CAHS and transfer some of the assets to a new national organisation, Humanists Australia […]

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Drug Law Reform

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Ash Blackwell Ash will talk about about the challenge to embrace compassionate evidenced based reform in a world of stigma and prejudice. Following his presentation, there will be time for […]

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Ex-Religious Support Network

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Casual ESN Get-together on Zoom How are you coping with COVID-19 isolation? What are you doing with your extra time alone? How are your relationships with family and friends? Pour […]


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all events and lectures will be held online until it is safe for us to resume in-person gatherings.