Local Strategy

Represent the interests of the non-religious in West Sussex by:
Attending local government consultations with religious and belief organisations
Attend meetings of religious and belief organisations that are funded by local government, e.g. Crawley Interfaith Network
Attend West Sussex County Council SACRE (Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education)
Liaise with local officials to promote inclusion of the non-religious in local government

Raise awareness of Humanism through:
Website
Leaflets and posters
Local events
Newspaper articles
Speakers
Celebrating international days of commemoration, e.g. Darwin Day, International Women's Day

Respond to local issues and concerns raised by residents by:
Offering assistance and advice
Holding local events and meetings
Acting as an intermediary
Lobbying councillors and MPs
Liaising with local organisations, e.g. Community Voluntary Sector (CVS).

Work with the BHA, NSS and other sympathetic organisations by:
Support national campaigns
Provide local feedback
Forming links with other organisations, e.g. Stonewall, Amnesty.

Hold periodic countywide meetings to review and take forward this strategy.

 

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