Humanism for IHEYO

Announcement – European Humanist Youth Days, 2-5 August 2013 Brussels, Belgium

European Humanist' Youth Days | EHYD Brussels 2013

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We will meet in thoughts for the Future of the world!!!

It's time to make publicity for the event and the facebook-site; We need all 150 slots filled with particpants to show that the humanistic youth is active and has a strong opinion. Let's make the world a humanistic place!!!

IHEYO resolution on sexual orientation

This resolution was adopted by the IHEYO GA in 2004 

Humanism is deeply rooted in a profound respect for the individual human being. Human rights give each and every person the right and opportunity to be and choose whatever she or he wants as long as other rights are not violated by her or his actions.

IHEYO holds to be self-evident that just like one cannot discriminate people on the basis of their gender, physical appearance, skin colour or religious believes one cannot discriminate people on the basis of their sexual orientation.


2006 African Working Group Conference Resolutions

The African Working Group came to the following conference resolutions from its online conference held in 2006. This outlined following steps and recommendations for the Working group:
  1. There is need to create an internet portal for the African Working Group on the IHEYO website. This space will contain information on the activities of AWG and its collaborating groups.

Amsterdam Declaration

Humanism is the outcome of a long tradition of free thought that has inspired many of the world's great thinkers and creative artists and gave rise to science itself. The fundamentals of modern Humanism are as follows:

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