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About the Evan Cornish Foundation
The Evan Cornish Foundation strives for equality and justice for all by supporting the most marginalised and promoting human rights. The foundation supports projects which fight injustice by combating violations of Human Rights (as defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights), support the victims of these violations and their dependants, and empower people to protect their own human rights.
Find out more online at: Evan Cornish Foundation
About the Freedom from Religion Foundation
The Freedom From Religion Foundation works as an umbrella for those who are free from religion and are committed to the cherished principle of separation of state and church. As FFRF’s principal founder Anne Gaylor noted, “To be free from religion is an advantage for individuals; it is a necessity for government.”
The purposes of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc., as stated in its bylaws, are to promote the constitutional principle of separation of state and church, and to educate the public on matters relating to nontheism.
Find out more online at: Freedom from Religion Foundation
“The Humanist Association of Ireland is happy to support Humanists International in the difficult work that they do to support Humanists at risk around the world. It is hard to understand in the 21st century how there are still countries where a person’s beliefs can be treated as a crime, and people are persecuted for their humanist beliefs.“
About the Humanist Association of Ireland
Humanism is a philosophy and the Humanist Association of Ireland is a community of people who believe in humanist principles and aspire to a fair, balanced, ethical and responsible secular society. The HAI advocates for the equal treatment of people of no religion by the State and provides a forum for people to meet, share experiences and develop their humanist ideals in an informal, friendly, and inclusive environment. To find out more, visit: https://www.humanism.ie/
“We are lucky and thankful to live in an open society, where everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression as well as the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. However, in many countries, people still put themselves and their families at risk when they openly criticize prevailing religious dogmas. We want to help protect those individuals who fear for their life, their liberty, and their security of person when exercising their fundamental human rights.”
About AHA Luxembourg
AHA Luxembourg (Allianz vun Humanisten, Atheisten und Agnostiker zu Lëtzebuerg) is a non-profit association that defends and promotes the interests of humanists, atheists, agnostics and other non-believers in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. They have been committed to (1) the separation of church and state, (2) the promotion of a naturalistic and rational worldview, (3) the development of humanistic ceremonies, and (4) the promotion of humanistic ways of life free from religious constraints. To find out more, visit: http://www.aha.lu/
About Prometheus Society of Slovakia
Promotheus Society of Slovakia (Spoločnosť Prometheus) is a humanist organization that works to protect the rights and interest of all people who do not subscribe to any religion and defends the freedom of thought, religion, or other BELIEFS or worldview in accordance with the Constitution of the Slovak Republic. The organization develops activities aimed at satisfying the specific cultural and spiritual needs of citizens without religious affiliation and spreads humanism and ethics at the national and international levels in collaboration with other humanist organizations from around the world. To find out more, visit: prometheus.sk
About the Ontario Humanist Society
The mission of the Ontario Humanist Society (OHS) is to practise and to foster humanism at the Provincial level by providing focus, service and a sense of ethical identity to humanists and humanist associations across Ontario in a manner consistent with humanist principles, practice and core values as stated in the Humanist Manifestos, Amsterdam Declaration and the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Ontario Humanist Society is a group of Ontario-based Humanists with a passion for social justice, human rights, environmental action, science, reason, and artistic expression, who have established a provincially-based organization to complement the work of Humanist Canada and local Humanist groups.
To find out more, visit: the Ontario Humanist Society
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