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  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     Very welcoming group. 

    Pauline J on Aug 24, 2018.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     A vibrant, respectful discussion group with interesting topics. 

    Mary-Anne C. on Aug 8, 2018.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     Good sharing of ideas 

    Jonathan P. on Aug 8, 2018.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     Very thought provoking 

    Annie on Aug 7, 2018.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     OK. 

    Robert P. on Jun 28, 2017.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     I think this is a fine group of people who strive to take their approach to living seriously 

    Jeff W on May 2, 2017.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     Friendly people, keen to share their thoughts and perspectives! 

    Liz F on Apr 9, 2017.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     A wonderful setting with a vibrant and diverse group of people. You leave the evening with an equal sense of confusion and enlightenment! 

    Callum G. on Mar 30, 2017.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     I came across this group and joined in their second meeting on the 11 of Aug and found myself at home very quickly with the warm people in attendance. I talked with Dierk von Behrens, below, and Lyndon Storey. Both welcoming and open as was everyone there. The talk on the night was deep and topical, on a subject that was coast to coast. It was even in the senate the previous day. This discussion took a very good turn to a persons right to live freely but with some obligations to those around them (opinion). There was also talk of the slow and steady reformation of a humanist group/society for Canberra. This is something that can have very far reaching benefits for Canberra and maybe Australia. I hope once this group forms and solidifies they can help others to live happier more fulfilling lives in harmony with them selves and those around them. Come and join in. 

    Patrice on Aug 21, 2015.

  • Canberra Humanist Meetup Group

     There was, once, a separate Humanist Society in Canberra. This claimed a range of achievements, including the establishment of the Civil Liberties Union, the Voluntary Euthanasia Society and reform of the Census by the introduction of the No Religion option, which, however, is located under 36 empty boxes, rather than, as in New Zealand, being one of the first alternatives under the belief question. Geraldine Spencer was, for many years, the Editor and motive force behind Canberra ASH (Anti Smoking and Health). Australia's tobacco control legislation is today World leading! I greet and welcome the establishment of this Meetup group, which amounts to the reemergence of organised secular humanism in the ACT and particularly acknowledge the driving role that Dr Lyndon Storey, now Canberra Humanist Chaplain, has played in its emergence. 

    Dierk von B. on Jul 5, 2015.

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