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”.
Maryam Namazie will be speaking at the 5th Imagine No Religion Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
Join us for appetisers, drinks, music, speeches and laughs to celebrate the CEMB’s 8th anniversary Saturday 20 June 2015, 1500-1800 Hours in central London. Speakers and acts include: Philosopher A C Grayling Singer Alya Marquardt Secular activist Aliyah Saleem Ex-Muslims North Founder Behzad Sandbad London Black Atheists Clive Aruede and Lola Tinubu Bread and Roses TV Host Fariborz Pooya Centre for Secular Space Director Gita Sahgal Council of Ex-Muslims of Morocco Founder Imad Iddine Habib FEMEN Leader Inna Shevchenko Comedian Kate Smurthwaite Author Kenan Malik Women's Rights Activist Magdulien Abaida Maajid Nawaz, Founder of Quilliam Foundation CEMB Spokesperson Maryam Namazie Master Magician Neil Edwards Southall Black Sisters Director Pragna Patel Nari Diganta Activist Rumana Hashem National Secular Society President Terry Sanderson Tickets: £18 (waged); £10 (unwaged)
29 September 2015 Leicester, UK Maryam will be speaking at an event as part of the Everybody's Reading festival. More details to follow.
18 May 2015, central London by Kings Cross station, 19:00-21:00 hours Apostasy and Asylum Meet-up with Lawyer Ana Gonzales.
27 April 2015, central London by Kings Cross station, 19:00-21:00 hours Evening drinks with Imad Iddine Habib, Founder of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Morocco. £3 entry (waged); £1 entry (unwaged). E-mail email@example.com to register.
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.
19 March 2015 18:30 to 21:00 (GMT) NE Humanists Event, Newcastle Maryam Namazie will be speaking in Newcastle. More details here,
16 March 2015, central London by Kings Cross station, 19:00-21:00 hours International Women’s Day evening drinks with Pragna Patel from Southall Black Sisters.
Listening to Voices of Creative Bengali Women in London An evening with Film, Dialogue, Music, and Bangla-Feast with Creative Bengali Women on International Women’s Day 2015
Join the LSESU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society for an enlightening discussion about the future of secularism in an increasingly multicultural UK. How is secularism in the UK failing ethnic minorities? Does secularism need to change? What type of secularism do we want to see in the UK? Our panel will discuss these and many more tough questions.
28 February 2015 Sheffield Freethought Convention, Sheffield Amal Farah will speak at the Sheffield Freethought Convention organised by the University of Sheffield Atheist and Secular Society.
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.
17-19 January 2015 12th Anniversary of Fadime Sahindal's honour killing, Stockholm, Sweden Maryam Namazie will take part in events commemorating the honour killing of Fadime Sahindal. She will speak at 17 January 2015 event from 14.30-17.00 in Berns Salongerand and also at an International Conference at the Swedish parliament.
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.