2 years ago

7 June, 2016

Flinders Tavern

Organised by:
Flinders University Secular Society

Come and hear about what the Flinders Secular member learnt at the Australian Humanist Convention about a broad range of vital and timely subjects related to secularism and human rights, including;
• humanism
• separation of church and state
• freedom from religion
• anti-discrimination rights for the non-religious
• the Safe Schools Coalition
• religious instruction and federally funded chaplaincy in public schools
• refugee rights and government policy
• political lobbying and community activism
• reproductive rights and law reform
• removal of ‘advancing religion’ from the Commonwealth Charities Act 2013
• marriage equality

Light snacks provided.