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Bognor Regis, Chichester & District group of Amnesty International

Chichester and District United Nations Association

Humanist Groups in the South East

Brighton & Hove Humanist Society

Reigate and District Humanist Group

Central London Humanists

West Sussex County Council SACRE

Horsham InterFaith Forum

Hastings Humanists

Free of Faith

Horsham Skeptics in the Pub

National & International

British Humanist Association

National Secular Society

The Freethinker

Humanism for Schools

Secular Sites

The New Humanist

Campaign for Secular Education

Atheist Action Central

Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association

Pink Triangle Trust (Gay and Lesbian Humanist charity)

International Humanist and Ethical Union

Institute for Humanist Studies

The Brights

Famous Atheists, Freethinkers, Diests and Agnostics

Skeptics Annotated Bible

An Atheist's Guide to Mohammedanism

BBC Religion & Ethics: Atheism

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain

Abortion Rights

Amnesty International

Dignity in Dying

Sea of Faith, West Sussex

Compassion in World Farming

Blogs and forums

Think Humanism

Think Humanism is an independent humanist forum for people interested in humanism, secularism and freethought. Our aim is to offer a stimulating and supportive on-line environment to individuals who choose to live without religion and who wish to explore and develop humanist ideas.

British Humanist Association Science Group

The BHA Science Group is for all members of the BHA with an interest in science. The BHA Science Group does not pay affiliation fees to the BHA. You do not need any formal scientific qualifications to join, but you do need to have a passion for science and a concern for the role of science in society.

The group has two broad aims. Firstly, it aims to encourage interest and awareness of humanism (and membership of the BHA!) among scientists and people with a scientific bent. It will do this by reaching out to such people who are not currently members, and also by providing news and activities and information to those who are already BHA members.

Secondly, the group aims to increase improve understanding of scientific knowledge and principles among the BHA membership and wider public. It will do this by providing resources on relevant topics to any and all interested individuals.

Secularists (UK)

Aggregated blogs

Steven Carrwork Blog

Atheist Experience Topical videos on atheism
Pat Condell Topical videos on atheism

Other

Cafe Scientifique is a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Meetings take place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context.

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