Events Past

Saturday 1st September 11 am Council Meeting by Skype

Fully paid up Atheism UK Members are welcome to attend, email president@atheismuk.com

5th August 2017 – Atheism UK AGM at Conway Hall, London WC1

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Monday 24th July 2017 – London – Fighting God – David Silverman

David Silverman, President of American Atheists will talk at Conway Hall in London about his new book ‘Fighting God: An Atheist Manifesto’. Details and tickets.

Sunday 2nd July 2017 – London – Is Islamic reform possible? – Hassan Radwan

Talk: Conway Hall Ethical Society, Sunday 2nd July @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Speaker Hassan Radwan proposes that “meaningful Islamic Reform can only come when Muslims challenge the belief that the Qur’an is infallible and stop placing revelation over reason. This will allow Muslims to unapologetically pick & choose according to reason, conscience & our very different context in the 21st century.”

Saturday 6th May 2017 – London

Meeting: Atheism UK Council Meeting

Chris Street (President) invites paid-up members of Atheism UK to join us in Central London at 1.30pm for our quarterly Council meeting. Contact: president@atheismuk.com for an invite.

Thursday 11th May 2017 – Gloucestershire

Talk: Faith to Faithless at the University of Gloucestershire

Richard Barton of Gloucestershire Humanists is pleased to announce that Aliyah Saleem and Imtiaz Shams, founders of Faith to Faithless, will be giving a talk entitled ‘Why we founded Faith to Faithless’. The evening starts at 19.15 (for a 19.30 start) and is taking place in Room TC001 at the Francis Close Hall Campus http://www.glos.ac.uk/discover/campuses/pages/francis-close-hall.aspx. The event is open to everyone and is free.

Faith to Faithless is a community support network for ‘apostates’ and the ex-religious founded in 2015. Faith to Faithless http://faithtofaithless.com has already helped hundreds of people raised in religious backgrounds find peer support and community at difficult times in their lives. It has put on events across the country highlighting the haunting experiences of those who have suffered after leaving their religion behind.