The Humanist Society (Singapore) was formed in 2010 as a group of humanists, atheists, agnostics, skeptics and other like-minded people in Singapore. Our society seeks to represent non-religious people in Singapore who pursue ethical and fulfilling lives. We are guided by reason, informed by evidence and driven by compassion.
Our events raise awareness of science, humanism and ethical living. Our gatherings serve as a treasured space for rational discussions and for finding friendship with like-minded people. We hold workshops on humanism, ethics and science, and social events such as barbecues and festive celebrations. Community service includes hot meals for the elderly and holding blood donation drives.
It seems that almost everyone has a controversial opinion these days. How might one navigate such topics and discussions in a civilised, compassionate manner?
The Humanist Society (Singapore) presents What About Cancel Culture: Tackling Controversial Discussions in an Interfaith Space, the first in our series of interfaith dialogues, designed to promote civil discourse, interfaith understanding, and humanism.