A Humanist Society (AHS) is based at the University of Northampton and offers a platform for discussion, debate, and collaboration. Our aim is to be involved in the community, work with other societies, and challenge ideologies and beliefs. Being a humanist society, we can discuss any issue or topic and engage in (almost) any activity. If you enjoy discussing, socialising, and/or volunteering, AHS is a society which offers this and more. We are an eclectic, inclusive, and supportive group of students who seek to engage with and care for humanity.
A student society based in Durham, UK that caters for non religious students and those interested in issues connected with atheism, secularism, humanism and skepticism. We hold a range of events throughout the year, from talks and performances to socials to debates and discussions - non students are welcome at the majority of our events.
ExeAHS is a student group that celebrates human reason and rational thinking. It is a way for atheist, agnostic, and non-religious students at Exeter University to meet, socialise and share ideas. We aim to advance a secular worldview and to oppose the excessive entanglement of religion with university and government policy. We also challenge anyone claiming to have absolute knowledge of what humans ought to believe, how humans ought to behave, and how existence came to be. Membership is open to all students of the university and all are welcome to attend our meetings and social events.
The Goldsmiths Atheist, Secularist and Humanist society aims to be a platform for the expansion of debate around religious skepticism within the university and wider community. Through this pursuit we aim to promote understanding and interest in Secularism and Humanist values, whilst providing a forum for rational discussion between those who choose not to believe in superstition or are doubtful about the moral or supernatural claims of religion. Furthermore, whilst the position of many of our society members is that of non-belief in Gods and Secular Humanist standpoint we openly encourage participation from those with differing viewpoints to attend our events. In accordance with this, our membership is free. The events that we hold range from talks with eminent speakers and debates to socials and charity fundraisers. To be informed about events or if you have any questions about the society that God cannot answer, please feel free to contact us by email. Come all ye' faithless.
King's College London Atheist, Humanist and Secular Society (KCL AHSS) aims to provide representation for these three philosophies at KCL, both individually and combined, in the context of open debate. In the following year we plan to hold regular socials, talks, and debates involving religious societies at KCL. Anyone can join that is sympathetic to any or all of the three ideas represented. Our events will mainly be in the form of: 1. Speaker events and debates 2. Pub socials 3. Film and Documentary Screenings Here's to our own pursuit of truth, beauty and wisdom; and may we all be thankful that we have the opportunity to do so.
Welcome to the University of Birmingham Atheist, Secular and Humanist Society! We bring together like minded people for discussion, debate and the occasional pint. We also provide a secular voice on campus and promote equal representation for those without faith. We hold a variety of events such as pub socials and film screenings, as well as attending larger events within the Birmingham area and beyond.
Bristol AASS is a place were people without any particular faith can meet like minded people, engage in friendly discussion and attend engaging speaker events hosted at Bristol SU and various pubs around Bristol.
The University of Leicester Atheist, Humanist and Secular Society was formed in 2014, and builds on the success of previous societies of an AHS character at Leicester. We’re here as an alternative to the cornucopia of faith societies at the University, and plan to provide members with an arena in which to discuss all matters metaphysical, moral, and ethical, through debates and public lectures. Our aim is to challenge the amplified say in matters that the religious benefit from, and to stimulate a self-evaluation by students who wish to examine their own views and beliefs and their justification for them. In doing so, we hope that students will recognise that there is no religious monopoly on morality or happiness, and that the religion is not hereditary.
A different event every week, a new exciting speaker every month, home of the Rationality Workshops and winners of the AHS award for extraordinary achievements during non-prophet week. A vibrant society with a taste for good conversations and the loveliest bunch of people you'll meet on campus!