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Knowledge Café 2017 – Audit Scotland

Posted by on 11 November, 2017 | 0 comments

Knowledge Café 2017 – Audit Scotland

As a secular organisation, and active campaigners for improved equality and ever-better human rights policies and practices, we see it our duty to learn how to listen across these invisible lines that divide our identities. And we try to help those citizens who come to us, learn how to communicate their own needs.

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The Scottish Secular Society’s response to controversy on Lewis

Posted by on 11 November, 2017 | 0 comments

The Scottish Secular Society’s response to controversy on Lewis

The residents of Lewis and Harris have both enjoyed and suffered the position of isolation from the national narrative for too long.

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Letters II: More secular society means we are happier

Posted by on 7 July, 2017 | 0 comments

Letters II: More secular society means we are happier

Long established structures, institutions and traditions are openly being questioned and, frankly, this is a good and healthy development.

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Evidence of Bullying and Harassment in Schools – EHRiC

Posted by on 6 June, 2017 | 0 comments

Evidence of Bullying and Harassment in Schools – EHRiC

The SSS thank the EHRiC for inviting our organisation to give evidence on bullying and harassment of children and young people in our Scottish schools.

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Are Science and Religion in Conflict? A Historical Perspective

Posted by on 5 May, 2017 | 0 comments

Are Science and Religion in Conflict? A Historical Perspective

This lecture reconsiders the historical relationship between science and religion and shows that the history is actually much more complex than a simple narrative of conflict.

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Welcoming the CoS move toward a more humanity-based morality.

Posted by on 5 May, 2017 | 0 comments

Welcoming the CoS move toward a more humanity-based morality.

The Scottish Secular Society welcome the Church of Scotland General Assembly’s approval of an apology to gay people for the past discrimination they have faced in the Church.

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Homophobic row at school – Falkirk Herald

Posted by on 5 May, 2017 | 0 comments

Homophobic row at school – Falkirk Herald

The Scottish Secular Society (SSS) condemned the presence of a leaflet entitled The Church and Same-Sex Attraction at Falkirk’s St Mungo’s High School.

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Scotland in the New Age of Disruption

Posted by on 5 May, 2017 | 0 comments

Scotland in the New Age of Disruption

We are happy to announce our June guest speaker will be Dr Gerry Hassan.

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The SSS condemn the distribution of homophobic literature at a local high school

Posted by on 5 May, 2017 | 0 comments

The SSS condemn the distribution of homophobic literature at a local high school

The Scottish Secular Society fully condemn the recent distribution of homophobic literature at St. Mungo’s High School.

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Speaking before the Edinburgh Secular Society

Posted by on 4 April, 2017 | 0 comments

Speaking before the Edinburgh Secular Society

  We send our warmest thank you to the members of the Edinburgh Secular Society. Charlie Lynch and Megan Crawford, attended by SSS member Brendan Devlin, had the privilege of being invited to be the guest speakers for the ESS monthly meeting. Charlie delivered an insightful perspective about where the SSS has come from, but most especially where we are heading. You could even say 2017 is our own “Great Taking Off”.   Charlie discussed our present and future petitions, our newest affiliations with various organisations around Scotland, and our most recent inclusion on...

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