European Humanists Meet in Genoa, Italy
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On May 5th through 8th, activities from throughout Europe gathered in Genoa, Italy for the annual meeting of European Humanist Federation (EHF). As to keeping with tradition of the meeting, a different subgroup of EHF hosted the meeting and its events. This year, Italy’s Union of Atheists and Rationalist Agonstics (UAAR) led the assembly.
Genoa was the perfect environment for this meeting of humanitarians as the city is known for its Science Festival and “atheist bus”. Genoa is also reknown in Europe for its support of civil and legal rights. The EHF meeting was a complete success and many new partnerships and ideas were formed.
The conference included many different topics over the course of several day all with the main themes of “Moral Foundations in a Godless World.” Some of the speakers included journalist/philosopher Paolo Flores d’Arcais, professor of Bioethics and History of Medicine at La Sapienza Gilberto Corbellini, President of SILFS Guilio Giorello, and Bangladeshi activist/writer Taslima Nasrin. The ending session of the EHF assembly which discussed the needs for all people to be liberally educated.