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Policies

Since 1952 we have created policy positions on important global issues.

Our policies are passed in-line with our general statement of policy, agreed in 2015.

Here you can search our database of past and current policy papers, which guide the work of our organization.

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Policy / 1974 / Amsterdam, Netherlands / World Humanist Congress / Pending Review

Human Rights (1974)

The IHEU condemns the contempt of humanist values no matter in which country it occurs. The IHEU deeply regrets that…
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Policy / 1974 / Amsterdam, Netherlands / World Humanist Congress / Archived

The World Population Conference (1974)

Whereas the goal of the population activities of the United Nations and its specialised agencies is to improve the quality…
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Policy / 1974 / Amsterdam, Netherlands / World Humanist Congress / Archived

The extermination of birds of passage

The plenary session of the International Humanist and Ethical Union being held at Amsterdam on the 9th of August 1974…
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Policy / 1974 / Amsterdam, Netherlands / World Humanist Congress / Pending Review

Humanist Manifesto II

Humanist Manifesto II was originally signed by many of the leaders of the world. It has since been endorsed by…
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Policy / 1974 / Amsterdam, Netherlands / World Humanist Congress / Pending Review

Spinoza

We, the Sixth International Congress of the IHEU, representing humanists from all over the world, meeting in Amsterdam on August…
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Policy / 1974 / Yugoslavia (former) / Board of Directors / Archived

Marxist humanism in Yugoslavia (1974-12)

The Marshall Josip Broz Tito, President of the Federal Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia Mr. President For the third time in…
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Policy / 1973 / Yugoslavia (former) / Board of Directors / Archived

Freedom of opinion in Yugoslavia (1973)

Mr. Tito, President National Assembly Belgrado, Yugoslavia The Board of International Humanist & Ethical Union feels highly alarmed by restriction…
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Policy / 1973 / Yugoslavia (former) / Board of Directors / Archived

Recent developments in Yugoslavia (1973)

The Marshall Josip Broz Tito, President of the Federal Socialist Republics of Yugoslavia. Mr President May I express my deep…
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