Humanism and Spirituality

19.07.2019

Today, July 18, we humanists commemorate Laura Rodriguez

Today, July 18, we humanists commemorate Laura Rodriguez

Laura Rodríguez, Humanist Deputy, exemplified a new way of doing politics in Chile characterized by a direct relationship with the people, by its coherence and ethical style in politics, by its capacity for teamwork and pluralism. She stood out for her fight for the rights of discriminated groups, especially women,… »

11.07.2019

Call for artists to participate in the Art Symposium in Brandenburg in October 2019

Call for artists to participate in the Art Symposium in Brandenburg in October 2019

On the occasion of the Day of Nonviolence, October 2, 2019, from October 1, 2019 to October 5, 2019, a symposium for artists on the subject of nonviolence will take place at the Humanist Park of Study and Reflection in Schlamau, Brandenburg, Germany. The aim of this meeting of artists… »

05.07.2019

Presentation of the “Let the machines work” campaign, by Humanists for UBI

Presentation of the “Let the machines work” campaign, by Humanists for UBI

On June 15, 2019, members of Humanists for Universal Basic Income (HUBI) and some friends and supporters met at the Toledo Park of Study and Reflection, to present the annual report of activities for 2018 and begin to design the campaign “Let the machines work”, which we plan to launch… »

11.06.2019

Millions join general strike in Sudan to dislodge army as civil disobedience campaign entered second day: 120 killed

Millions join general strike in Sudan to dislodge army as civil disobedience campaign entered second day: 120 killed

Millions of people in Sudan have joined a general strike called by pro-reform groups, shutting down the centre of cities across the country despite a wave of arrests and intimidation. The civil disobedience campaign aimed at forcing the ruling military junta to accept civilian rule entered a second day on… »

09.06.2019

Spirit, consciousness and vision: the great human leap

Spirit, consciousness and vision: the great human leap

We published a couple of days ago two articles apparently unrelated. The first one: “Spiritual science: how a new perspective on consciousness could help us understand ourselves” The author uses the word consciousness as synonymous with awareness but puzzles over the capacity for altruism and finds in a more… »

06.06.2019

Spiritual science: how a new perspective on consciousness could help us understand ourselves

Spiritual science: how a new perspective on consciousness could help us understand ourselves

Steve Taylor, Leeds Beckett University for The Conversation Scientists have long been trying to understand human consciousness – the subjective “stuff” of thoughts and sensations inside our minds. There used to be an assumption that consciousness is produced by our brains, and that in order to understand it,… »

23.05.2019

Communication and Nonviolent Journalism Network

Communication and Nonviolent Journalism Network

We publish here the notes taken by Alicia Muñoz during the deliberations that took place in the framework of the IV Latin American Humanist Forum, by the Communication and Nonviolent Journalism Network. They give an account of the concerns and needs of the new media in order to continue advancing… »

17.05.2019

The Humanist Forum seen from the outside

The Humanist Forum seen from the outside

I left Santiago with the memory of the most beautiful closing event that I have ever lived… and considering that in my life as a university professor, writer and lecturer there were many such events, not to mention those that I myself organised: “Building Convergence” was the title of the… »

16.05.2019

Humanists in India Celebrate the 50th Year Anniversary of “The Healing of Suffering”

Humanists in India Celebrate the 50th Year Anniversary of “The Healing of Suffering”

Kandhroli, India. Last May 4, 2019, a celebration was held at the Kandhroli Park of Study and Reflection to mark the 50th year anniversary of New or Universalist Humanism. 50 years ago, at the foot of Mount Aconcagua in the Andes Mountains, in a desolate spot called Punta de Vacas,… »

14.05.2019

IV Latin American Humanist Forum: “Building Convergence”.

IV Latin American Humanist Forum: “Building Convergence”.

The IV Latin American Humanist Forum, which took place during this weekend in the Chilean capital, was closed with a cultural event in the Library of Santiago. The central performance was headed by the humanist actress Paulina Hunt, who urged the audience to sing in one voice: “Transformation with body,… »

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