Freethought History Research Group
BCM Box 5276, London, WC1N 3XX www.fhrg.bravehost.com
Saturday, May 14, 2011 12 noon – 5 pm, Conway Hall, 25, Red Lion Square, London, WC1 Tube, Holborn
The struggle for the separation of church and state is also the struggle for a free and fraternal society.
The universal aspiration to freedom of conscience winds like a thread through all history on all continents – USA, Mexico. Spain, Portugal, Russia, France…
For us, as freethinkers, this struggle for separation can only be international. Our predecessors understood this as did Charles Bradlaugh, who founded with others in London in 1880 the first International Association of Freethinkers.
In Oslo, in August 2011, we want to revive this tradition by refounding the International Association of Freethinkers.
Catherine Le Fur
Terry Liddle, founding member of the Freethought History Research Group:
The Rome Freethought Congress of 1904.
Jean-Marc Schiappa, Institute for Research and Studies on Freethought, France:
Andre Lorulot: Freethinker and Anarchist.
Catherine Le Fur, National Federation of Freethinkers, joint editor of La Raison, freethought monthly, Paris:
The Oslo Conference and After.
Bryan Niblett, author of Dare To Stand Alone: The Story of Charles Bradlaugh and Emeritus professor at the University of Wales:
Bradlaugh, Freethought and France.
Plenty of time for questions and discussion.
Admission Free, Collection
Organised jointly by FHRG firstname.lastname@example.org, 0208 8850 4187
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