Websites of Interest

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AHA (Ayaan Hirsi Ali ) Foundation
Posted 14th December 2013

Women everywhere, of all cultures, merit access to education and basic human rights.

The AHA Foundation works to protect and defend the rights of women and girls in the West from oppression justified by religion and culture.

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HALEA Uganda
Posted 28th December 2013

Humanist Association for Leadership,equity and Accountability

Our vision is for every person to live life in all it’s fullness.

HALEA is a humanist organization whose mission is to promote a tolerant, responsible and open society in which the oppressed and minorities are equally heard and their aspirations are respected in order to promote human transformation through the application of reason and science.

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Institute for Science and Human Values
Founder: Paul Kurtz, Chairman: Jonathan Kurtz

Inspired by Empathy, Creativity and guided by Reason

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International League of non-religious and atheists
Posted 16th December 2013

Why the IBKA exists

Human history is a history of inhumanity. Organised religion has greatly contributed to that fact – and it still does.

There is no foreseeable end to religiously motivated violence and intolerance. Quite the contrary: Militant religious adherents commit violent acts on an almost daily basis. Those who have broken away from their religious dogmas are often socially rejected and defamed as morally inferior. Some even have to fear for their lives.

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Radical Thinking
Peter James – posted 4th January 2014

Making the world a better place through charitable work and campaigning against harmful practices and beliefs.

There’s a whole lot of psychology going on in this mind of ours that shackles us. Until the light comes on we are oblivious to the darkness we were in. The light is new information, not the old repackaged.

What you think you know can change when you know what you don’t yet know. You can only change if you expose yourself to new teachers and teachings. Education. Education. Education. I have a sneaky suspicion that the world (global community) is progressing through education.

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The Pink Humanist – Magazine
An LGBT magazine for Atheists, Humanists, Sceptics and Freethinkers

The Pink Humanist is a 16-page quarterly magazine launched by the PINK TRIANGLE TRUST in 2011 and edited by veteran gay journalist and photographer, Barry Duke, who lives in Benidorm on Spain’s Costa Blanca.

The Pink Triangle Trust was established as a UK registered charity in 1992 – and is the only charity of its kind in the UK.

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The Pink Triangle Trust
An LGBT charity established in the UK 1992

The Pink Triangle Trust has been promoting

Humanism and LGBT Rights for over 22 years

THE Pink Triangle Trust is a charitable trust (Registered Charity No. 1015629) set up in 1992 to advance the education of the public, and particularly of lesbians and gay men, in the principles and practice of humanism, and to advance the education of the public, and particularly of humanists, about all aspects of homosexuality.

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We Are Atheism | It’s OK to be an Atheist

This is your chance to finally be heard. This is our chance to stand up, speak out, and be counted. We want to provide a platform for atheists around the globe to see that they are not alone. Atheists come in all shapes, sizes, ages, and backgrounds. The only thing that we all have in common is that we don’t see any credible evidence to believe  in a god. It’s ok to be an atheist, and we want the world to know.

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