This year's secular conference will take place on Saturday 22nd September in central London (10am-5pm).
Tickets are priced at £35, or £10 for students with valid photo student ID. The price includes lunch & refreshments.
The location details will be released once you have purchased your ticket.
Following last year's successful event, this year's one-day conference promises to be even bigger and even better with a great line-up of speakers – including keynote speaker Richard Dawkins.
Speakers Professor Richard Dawkins
Richard Dawkins is an evolutionary biologist and author of several best-selling books including The Selfish Gene and The God Delusion. In 2006 he founded the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science. In 2010 he presented a documentary on More4, The Faith School Menace.
Nia Griffith MP
Nia Griffith is Member of Parliament for Llanelli, Shadow Minister for Wales and a campaigner for Lords reform. She is a firm believer in the need for the separation of church and state.
Nick Cohen is a journalist, author, political commentator and eloquent supporter of secularism. He is a critic of the increasing role of religion in state education and of the Left's tendency to pander to religious fundamentalists. His latest work,You Can't Read This Book, is on freedom of expression.
Pragna Patel is a secular campaigner, founding member of Southall Black Sisters and co-founder of Women Against Fundamentalism. In 2010 Pragna received the Irwin Prize for Secularist of the Year on behalf of Southall Black Sisters.
Peter Tatchell has been campaigning for human rights, democracy, LGBT freedom and global justice since 1967. Through the Peter Tatchell Foundation, he campaigns for human rights in Britain and internationally. In 2012 Peter was awarded the Irwin Prize for Secularist of the Year.
Maryam Namazie is a secular campaigner and commentator, spokesperson for the One Law for All Campaign against Sharia Law in Britain and the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain. In 2005 she was awarded the Irwin Prize for Secularist of the Year.
Professor Ted Cantle CBE
Ted Cantle is Professor at the Institute of Community Cohesion. His report into the northern riots of 2001 drew attention to the "segregated" ethnic and religious communities living 'parallel' lives. His new book confronts the failures of multiculturalism head on and establishes a new concept — interculturalism — for managing community relations in a world defined by globalization and super-diversity.