Past Programmes

This page is to record details of previous years' meetings.

Forthcoming events in 2017
Jan: Share your favourites
Feb: Famous women of Hastings & debate about the role of women
March: Debate - Is the human race more valuable that the other creatures with whom we share the earth?
April onwards: tba.

Programme for 2016
to be added

Programme for 2015
to be added

Programme for 2014
January 9: Looking forward to the New Year.
February 13: Darwin Day. George Jelliss introduces a discussion on Anthropology, Race and Eugenics issues.
March 13: Local Politics: including Q&A with Jeremy Birch from 8pm.
April 10: Leonard Sterling introduces a discussion on Consciousness.
May 8: What is Art?
June 12: Scientific Method in Medicine. Leonard Sterling.
10 July: The Magic of Numbers
No meeting in August.
11 September: Emotional Intelligence.
9 October: What is Science?
November: Annual General Meeting
December: Festive Dinner.

Programme for 2013:
January 10: Steve Milton and Duncan Cleverley Debate: This house believes we will be better off in 50 years time.
February 14: Humans without Humanity: Leonard Sterling applies Freud to Nazis and Suicide Bombers; join the discussion.
March 14: A discussion on Dignity in Death, introduced by Stephen Milton.
April 11: The Morality of Money, discussion introduced by Stephen Milton.
May 9: What are (or should be) the differences between men and women? And why ...
June 13: Any Questions? A panel of Humanists will answer questions from the floor, and then open debate.
July 11: Book Reviews - do you have a good new book or a favourite old one to recommend? Join our discussion.
No meeting in August.
September 12: Stephen Milton presents a Video Update on the New Atheists, Richard Dawkins, A. C. Grayling etc.
September 26: The Skeptics Roadshow comes to Town! The first of a possible series. (This is a Skeptics in the Pub meeting, but part-promoted by Hastings Humanists.)
October 10: David Pollock of IHEU on Humanism in Europe.
November 14: Annual General Meeting
December 12: A free-for-all; five minutes for everyone to give a presentation.

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