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Upcoming Events

DON'T MISS: Sharia Law, Apostasy and Secularism Conference, London

On 7 February 2015 join Sharia Law, Apostasy and Secularism Day-Conference near London Kings Cross. 9:30am registration. From 10:30am-5:30pm. The conference will include panel discussions and speeches on the situation of ex-Muslims in Britain and internationally, Islamism and the religious-Right, Sharia in the law, educational system and public policy, as well as the veil and burqa. Speakers will pay tribute to Charlie Hebdo, discuss the successful campaigns against the Law Society and Universities UK and how the fight for equal rights and an end to discrimination against ex-Muslims are integral to the urgent fight against Islamism and the religious-Right and for a secular society.

Sheffield Freethought Convention, Sheffield

28 February 2015 Sheffield Freethought Convention, Sheffield Maryam Namazie will speak at the Sheffield Freethought Convention organised by the University of Sheffield Atheist and Secular Society.

Marea Feminist Review Anniversary, Italy

27-31 March 2015 Marea Feminist Review Anniversary Maryam Namazie will be speaking at the anniversary celebrations of a feminist review in Genoa, Torino and Imola, Italy.

Bergen International Festival, Norway

Maryam Namazie will be contributing to a panel discussion at the Bergen International Festival, one of the largest music and theatre festivals in the Nordic countries on “Violence against women is the greatest human rights scandal of our times”.

Past Events

Join conference of a life-time On the Religious-Right, Secularism and Civil Rights

ConferenceIcon1Conference Leaflet for Distribution Available Here. Conference Website Here. Join conference of a life-time On the Religious-Right, Secularism and Civil Rights 11-12 October 2014 The Tower Hotel, St Katharine’s Way, London E1W 1LD, UK Join notable free-thinkers, atheists and secularists from around the world for a weekend of discussions and debates on the religious-Right, its attacks on civil rights and freedoms, and the role of secularism for 21st century humanity. The exciting two-day conference will discuss the Arab Spring, Sharia and religious laws, the limits of religion’s role in society, free expression, honour killings, apostasy and blasphemy laws, faith schools, women’s rights, secular values and much more.

CEMB Picnic, London's Hyde Park

CEMB Picnic London's Hyde Park Near Speakers' Corner 3 August 2014, 2pm For more details, contact: sandbad_behzad@yahoo.com

First Public Seminar of Ex-Muslims Scotland

28 June 2014, 14:00 - 17:00 CitizenM Hotel, 60 Renfrew St, Glasgow, G2 3BW Apostasy, Atheism, Secularism and Ex-Muslims First Public Seminar of Ex-Muslims Scotland

Symbolic Protest, Law Society, London

sharia-willsJOIN PROTEST AGAINST LAW SOCIETY DATE: Monday 28 April 2014 TIME: 17:00-18:00 hours PLACE: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL Just show up. Also join the Facebook Page, Speakers include:  Maryam Namazie, Spokesperson, One Law For All; Pragna Patel, Founder, Southall Black Sisters; Peter Tatchell, Founder, Peter Tatchell Foundation; Yasmin Rehman, Fellow of Muslim Institute and Centre for Secular Space; Kate Smurthwaite, Comedian and activist; James Bloodworth, Editor, Left Foot Forward; Abhishek Phadnis, President, LSESU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society; Diana Nammi, Executive Director, Iranian Kurdish Women’s Refugee Organisation and others. The protest is organised by One Law for All, Southall Black Sisters, Centre for Secular Space and LSE SUASH.

CEMB Official Meet-Ups, Coffee Mornings and Events

2014 Conference: Religious-Right, Secularism and Civil Rights Date: Saturday-Sunday 11-12 October 2014 Venue: The Tower Hotel, St Katharine's Way, London E1W 1LD Don’t miss 2014’s historic conference. Register now to get the special early bird rates. Purchase your tickets today! Join notable secularists for a two-day international conference on the Religious-Right, Secularism and Civil Rights during 11-12 October 2014 at the Tower Hotel in London.
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