Humanist movements and organizations which are explicitly humanist and which claim to be nonreligious or anti-religious. Overall organizations which mean to encompass both secular and religious humanist organizations and members should not be added to this category.
The international constituency for individuals whose worldview is free of supernatural and mystical elements. The ethics and actions of a Bright are based on a naturalistic worldview.
British Humanist Association
Umbrella organization for humanist groups in the United Kingdom. Information about campaigns and services for humanists.
Center for Inquiry - Los Angeles
Southern California community center dedicated to the needs and interests of skeptics, secular humanists, and other rationalists.
CFI of Northeast Ohio
A Non-Profit Educational Organization Celebrating Reason, Critical Analysis, and Humanity. Serving the Greater Cleveland and Akron Ohio area. A Center of Inquiry Community.
Council for Secular Humanism
North American organization advocating a non-religious life rooted in science, naturalistic philosophy, and humanist ethics. Includes directory of local groups.
A site by ministers and Christians that have left the faith that examines religion from a secular humanist point of view.
Group in United Kingdom. Includes information on activities and beliefs.
Humanist Association of Greater Philadelphia
Features a calendar of upcoming events, newsletter archive, secular book club, and Humanist Celebrant contact information.
Humanist Association of Ottawa
A non-profit organization that promotes Secular Humanism in Canada's National Capital.
Highlights from a quarterly journal of ideas, science and culture.
The Page of Reason
Arguments for atheism and Humanism, quotes, music, thoughts, essays, books, and philosophy.
An Indian-based worldwide association which reports on campaigns it conducts against magic and mystification and on news of importance to rationalists.
Secular Humanist Society of New York
Lists SHSNY activities including lectures, presentations, book club discussions, round table panels, debates, social evenings, movie nights, Sunday brunches, and special occasion dinners.
Secular Humanists of the South Carolina Midlands (SecHumSCM)
Resource site for a South Carolina organization affiliated with the Alliance of Secular Humanist Societies.
An independent humanist forum for people who live without religion and who are interested in humanism, secularism and freethought and wish to explore and develop humanist ideas. Features quizzes, quotes, and suggested readings.
Washington Area Secular Humanists
Washington, DC. Includes calendar of events, chapters, philosophy, publications, activism, media, links, contacts and membership information.
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