Organizations where humanists meet together for common purposes.
Contains information about humanism, as well as links to other humanist sites.
A local Humanist group for Barrie and area. We welcome all Humanists, agnostics, atheists, and Humanist-friendly people.
North American organization advocating a non-religious life rooted in science, naturalistic philosophy, and humanist ethics. Includes directory of local groups.
Resources for liberal religious and humanist families who choose to educate their children at home.
Features a discussion forum, articles, information on ceremonies, events and membership.
A free service that facilitates meeting other local people who believe in the basic goodness of the human spirit without supernaturalism.
Promoting ethical, naturalistic, democratic humanism among our members and in our community.
A community dedicated to fostering humanist beliefs and values and to improving the human condition through individual and collective action.
Articles, calendar of events, volunteer opportunities, membership and contact information.
Seeking to improve the human condition through rational inquiry and critical thinking without hindrance of dogma. Holds meetings in Gainesville, Florida.
Includes information about humanism, their aims, meetings and activities, membership, and links to related sites.
Humanist Society of Metropolitan New York, the Corliss Lamont Chapter of the American Humanist Association.
Calendar of events including speakers and social activities, statements of Humanist principles and philosophy, and a monthly newsletter online.
Humanist ceremonies in Scotland, including fully legal marriages, funerals, namings, same-sex commitments.
Offering programs, social activities, and a humanist voice to the community of Ft. Worth, Texas.
Includes information about their activities, humanism, opinion, and local and international links.
Features a newsletter and information about programs, events, services, and news for humanists in the state of Idaho.
Information about humanism, membership, and activities.
Current information on an active humanist group, located in Salt Lake City.
Promoting a positive active Humanism with essays and resources for all Humanists including weblog commentary and e-zine "Freetopia".
IHS is an organization dedicated to educating the public about humanist beliefs, organizations, and resources. It specializes in pioneering new technology and methods for the advancement of humanism.
Features calendar of events, gallery of photos from previous events, lending library for members, NJHN Bulletin Archive, online shop, and contact information for the New Jersey Humanist Family Network.
Dedicated to raising the awareness of people of the Gulf Coast region to the ideals and values of secular humanism. Features videos, calendar, and online shop.
Non-religious people in North London and South/South East Hertfordshire meet for discussion and social events.
Provides a means for like-minded individuals in South West London to discuss and act upon humanist values and principles.
Features forums, event calendar, humanist ceremonies and articles for the Suffolk area.
News, publications, meeting information, and ceremonies for Irish atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, rationalists, secularists, and skeptics.
Seeking to provide to those of a humanist or agnostic orientation the benefits traditionally provided by church groups. Events calendar and related links. California.
Find history, current news, announcements, and general information on the Church of Humanism and the Rev. Joseph Ben-David.
The Humanists Net is a condominium of humanist and related web sites including those of many leading humanist figures, organizations and publications.
Portland, Oregon. Information about activities, humanism, and counseling services.
Features news, articles, speeches, and membership information.
Ashland, Oregon. Promoting critical thinking and a secular, humanistic world. Includes information about aims, activities, membership and humanism.
The Society of Humankind, founded in May 2000, with a purpose "to gain immortality for every member of humanity by our own unaided efforts. In pursuit of that objective the Society seeks to preserve and fully develop every living human individual, and to protect and conserve the whole of the environment of our species, together with all sentient life within it."
Caribbean based organization that promotes awareness of humanism philosophy, rationalism, human rights and responsibilities. Features articles and discussions on governance, education, parenting, health, environment, gender and sexuality.
Promotes humanism as an alternative to theism with a blog and information on events and talks at University College Dublin in Ireland.
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