This month marks five years since the Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi was arrested in Jeddah in June 2012. Almost two years later, in May 2014, Badawi was sentenced to ten years in prison, 1000 lashes, a huge fine, and two additional penalties – a ten-year travel ban and ten-year ban from participating in visual, [...]
On 23 June 2017 at 14:00, we will meet at Green Park station and go on to “eat-in” at the Saudi, Iranian, Egyptian, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Moroccan and other embassies in London in solidarity with those defying fasting rules during Ramadan. This is hugely important given that there are many people across the globe who are [...]
Calling all volunteers who want to make a statement for our cause: We need you! Mass bodypainting by award-winning bodypainter Victoria Gugenheim on 24 July from 1400 hours in London. Participants will be painted as the logo of Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain (CEMB) and photographed from above. The public are welcome to join in [...]
14-17 September 2017 Freedom from Religion Foundation 40th National Convention, Madison, WI
14-15 October 2017 London Feminist Conference
29th of April Conference ‘Defending Progressivism’ at Conway Hall hosted by Conatus News and Culture Project. More details on their websites.
Tuesday 24 October 2017, 6:30pm-8:30pm, central London by Kings Cross Evening with Peter Tatchell, Human Rights Campaigner, on the links between the gay rights and ex-Muslim rights PLEASE NOTE: This is a new venue for our monthly meet-ups; if you would like to attend, please email [email protected] to register and receive further information. If you [...]
Spokesperson Sadia Hameed will be speaking at the University of Nottingham at an event organised by the Agnostic, Secularist and Humanist Society after the screening of Deeyah Khan's film Islam's Non Believers.
24 February 2017 Sadia Hameed will speak at Oxford Brookes University to speak about The Soft Racism of Low Expectations at event organised by Quilliam Society during the One World Week.