Oxford Declaration on Freedom of Thought and Expression
The 2014 World Humanist Congress, gathered in Oxford, UK, on 8-10 August 2014, adopted the following declaration on freedom of thought and expression.
Read it here.
Latest EHF news
- 27 August 2014
Read here our brief summary of the 2014 World Humanist Congress, find links to videos, speeches and photo galleries.
- 13 August 2014The delegates at World Humanist Congress assented on 10th August and the IHEU General Assembly approved on 11th August the Oxford Declaration on Freedom of Thought and Expression.
- 13 August 2014
[BHA] The great Nigerian humanist Wole Soyinka has been presented with the International Humanist Award by the World Humanist Congress in Oxford.
- 12 August 2014[BHA] The Pakistani women’s rights activist Gulalai Ismail has collected the prestigious International Humanist of the Year award at the World Humanist Congress in Oxford.
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- 17 July 2014
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- 16 June 2014
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- 5 June 2014
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- 26 May 2014
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