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We are a registered society in Singapore for humanists, freethinkers, atheists, agnostics and other like-minded people. A community guided by reason, informed by evidence and driven by compassion.

新加坡人本学会代表新加坡 的人本主义(亦称人文主义)者、无神论者、不可知论者、自由思想者 的组织。我们注重理性, 仁慈。

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Young Humanists SG meetup #2

Young Humanists SG held a second meeting at Humanist Cafe last Thursday, building on discussions conducted at our first meeting. About 8-10 students and alumni were present at the meeting. Key … learn more

TOC: Amos Yee’s case: Dialogue should continue

We have written a letter in response to the Amos Yee case, urging for dialogue between the religious and non-religious. We would like to thank the TOC for publishing our … learn more

Videos: Religion and Atheism: A Conversation (Round 3)

This (last of series of three) is appropriately timed for Dr Paul Hedges' book launch on Friday 14 October 2016. These videos, where our president had a conversation with Mohamed Imran Mohamed Taib … learn more

First Humanist Celebrant-led Wedding in Singapore

On what was a beautiful evening on Tanjong Beach Sentosa on Sept 20, Richard & Bev sealed their love with wedding vows here, in a ceremony that was performed by the Humanist Society (Singapore), … learn more


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Public Talk : Evolution, Science & Faith (Jerry Coyne @Yale-NUS)

Yale-NUS: Singapore's only liberal arts university is a pioneer in many ways, including having a freshman course in critical thinking. As Prof Jerry Coyne's book "Why Evolution is True" is part of the reading assignment, HumanistSG is delighted to be able to bring Prof Coyne in front of Yale-NUS … learn more


Public Talk: Evolution is True, and Why People Still Don’t Believe It

Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and Humanist Society (Singapore) are pleased to host Professor Jerry Coyne for a free public evening talk at Lecture Theatre 27 (Lim Seng Tjoe lecture theatre, Faculty of Science, National University of Singapore on 31 October. The talk commences at 7 PM, and a … learn more


Towards Better Disagreement: Religion and Atheism in Dialogue

Join us at the launch of “Towards Better Disagreement: Religion and Atheism in Dialogue” by Dr Paul Hedges from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, NTU. In this book, Dr Hedges investigates the differences between religiosity and atheism by tackling issues such as the treatment of … learn more

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Humanist Cafe #26

The Humanist Cafe is a free and easy social event where you can meet and mingle with other fellow humanists and make new friends over dinner. Have a question you want to ask about Humanism? Want to make a connection with like-minded people? Drop by the National Library and get to know us … learn more