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Believer and Unbeliever: which is the Protected Species

Can a national human rights agenda treat both religion and secularism fairly?

The talk will consider the status of religious belief and practice, free thinking, secularism and humanism in public and private life in light of the adoption of a national human rights agenda. George Ballentyne is Equality Training Officer with Leicester Council of Faiths. Before that, he worked as an adult education tutor, mostly teaching people with long-term mental health issues.

Stay after the talk for light refreshmens and an informal chat with the speaker and other members.


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Date and Time:

7 October 2007 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



Leicester Secular Society
Secular Hall
75 Humberstone Gate
0116 292 1964

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