Resources

The Humanist Institute
History – Humanist Society of Victoria Comprehensive history of the Humanist Society of Victoria from 1961 to 2011 (50th-Anniversary edition)
Humanist education resources Humanists UK education resources for teachers, students and parents.
Introducing Humanism: Non-religious Approaches to Life Free online course developed by Humanists UK for people wanting to learn more about humanist beliefs and values, and discover how humanists attempt to answer life’s big questions (delivered on FutureLearn learning portal).
Humanist Lives Free online course developed by Humanists UK for people interested in how different people choose to live out their lives and wanting to develop an understanding of what it means to be a humanist in the 21st century (delivered on FutureLearn learning portal).
Living Well by Richard Docwra (download free PDF)
Being Good by Richard Norman (download free PDF)
Twelve Principles of Humanism
What is Humanism? (Frederick Edwords, 1989)
Law and Religious Freedom A panel of experts debate whether Australia’s laws are strong enough to ensure that Australians aren’t subjected to unfair treatment based on what other people believe.
Religious Freedom Review Report of Expert Panel on religious freedom in Australia chaired by Hon Philip Ruddock and completed on 18 May 2018.
Government response to Religious Freedom Review Australian Government’s response to Expert Panel review of religious freedom in Australia.
2018 Freedom of Thought Report A unique worldwide survey of discrimination and persecution against humanists, atheists and the non-religious published by the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU).
Universal Declaration of Human Rights Text of the United Nations ‘Universal Declaration of Human Rights’ adopted by the General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948 and that sets out the fundamental human rights to be universally protected.
The Story of Civil Celebrants ABC Radio National – The Spirit of Things:  Presenter, Dr Rachael Kohn, interviews Dally Messenger, the first Civil Celebrant appointed by the Attorney General, Lionel Murphy.
JW Community Podcast A series of podcasts that provide support and information to people when they leave the Jehovah’s Witnesses cult.
Say Sorry ‘Say Sorry’ exposes and holds accountable the Watchtower Society and those leaders within the Jehovah’s Witnesses organization that disregard or violate the laws of the land.

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