At the 7th August 2021 Atheism UK AGM, Chris Street retired from Atheism UK (AUK) Council after serving 10 years, seven years as President.
Chris was introduced to AUK by Richard Green (the late AUK Vice President) in 2010, at a ‘Challenging Religious Faith’ meeting at Dorset Humanists. Chris joined AUK Council in 2011.
Schools could be found in breach of failing to fulfil requirements for daily ‘collective worship’.
The Education Act (1944) requires all maintained schools to provide a daily act of collective worship. Many schools have allowed this requirement to gradually lapse as the UK becomes more secular. However this recent article in the Times Educational Supplement has raised the potential threat that schools could be investigated for not complying with the requirements cited in the Education Act (1944) to provide collective worship. (more…)
census 2021 Atheism UK from Andy Phillips on Vimeo. Don’t believe it? – Don’t tick it! On 21st March 2021, the Office for National Statistics (ONS)…
'The trend seems inexorable as the gradual but persistent march of 'nones' in Great Britain continues relentlessly apace year-on-year: in 2011 one in three people had 'No Religion', a decade…
John Richards (Atheist Alliance International (AAI) Publications Director and Vice President of Atheism UK) asked Chris Street, (President, Atheism UK) to record a New Year's Eve greeting for the AAI…
JOIN Humanists International on 10th December 2020 at 3 pm for the launch of the ninth edition of the Freedom of Thought Report.
Since 2012 Humanists International has published the report to monitor the rights and treatment of humanists, atheists and non-religious people in every country in the world.
Unbelievable? hosted this discussion... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_R9KGjxkz7E Atheism UK Council member John Richards also interviewed Jon Steingard in September 2020... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1VQkMIpulc&feature=youtu.be