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2021 Humanism Conference
2021 Humanism Conference
is organized by Humanists International on 14 August 2021, starting at 14:00 BST, on the platform Zoom.
All registered participants will receive a unique Zoom link and a detailed briefing with the instruction on how to attend the conference in due course.
Registration is open to everyone (max 500 participants) and free of charge.
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