Wednesday, 25 April 2012

New Humanist cover star Alom Shaha lecturing this Sunday

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Alom Shaha, photographed by
Des Willie for New Humanist
If you're in the London area this weekend, you may be interested to know that Young Atheist's Handbook author and current New Humanist cover star Alom Shaha will be speaking at Conway Hall on Sunday morning, on the subject of how to be good without God. Tickets are £3 on the door - more details on the Conway Hall website. And if you haven't already, do read Alom's piece in our new issue, on his journey from Islam to atheism, and the need for non-believers to be open about their views.

Incidentally, if you're interested in freethought-related talks and debates, it's well worth keeping track of what's on at Conway Hall, as it has a busy programme filled with fascinating events. At the end of next month, our editor Caspar Melville is chairing a discussion entitled "Four Ways to Live Forever", featuring Stephen Cave, who recently wrote for us on the subject, biologist Lewis Wolpert, and journalist Catherine Mayer. That's on Thursday 31 May at 7pm, for £7 on the door (or £5 for concessions and members of the Rationalist Association, the British Humanist Association and the South Place Ethical Society. Full details on the website.
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