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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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Musicians of HumanistSG – Bryan Gan

Bryan was a devoted metalhead long before learning to play music. Picking up the guitar casually at age 17, he dabbled in classical music as part of an ensemble (while unsuccessfully trying to play … learn more

HumanistSG Read for Books

Read for Books is the Singapore National Reading Movement‘s book charity drive in which for every 10 people who read for 15 minutes, one book will be donated. This year, the organisers are aiming to … learn more

Musicians of HumanistSG – Nora

The first piece by our friends from Council of Ex-Muslims Singapore (CEMSG) came from Nora. Nora is a founding member of the group, and a mentor to the community. Nora chose the Malay song poem … learn more

Musicians of HumanistSG – Paul Amazona

Paul hails from The Philippines, and has been working in Singapore. Paul is a free-spirited performer, finding church repertoire in his early days 'too careful' and 'lacked freedom'. His music … learn more

Events

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Visit to HUMAN+ Exhibition with SG Futurists

For the month of September, a collaboration with the SG Futurists group brings us to the HUMAN+ Exhibition at the Art Science Museum. Members of SG Futurists will help guide us through the exhibition, with insights in relation to humanism. Date/Time: 3rd September 2017 (Sunday), time to be … learn more

2015 Pulau Ubin Beach Cleanup

Bin it, don’t Ubin it too!

This August, spend a day with fellow humanists as we do our part to celebrate Singapore's National Day by restoring some of the Pulau Ubin's rustic charm by cleaning up her littered grounds. Gathering point: Changi point ferry terminal Date/Time: 12 August 2017 (Saturday), time to be … learn more

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Humanists Read for Books 2017

Read for Books is the Singapore National Reading Movement's book charity drive in which for every 10 people who read for 15 minutes, 1 book will be donated. This year, the organizers are aiming to give 4,000 books. In support of the National Reading Movement, Humanist SG will hold a Read for … learn more

Part of the Humanist Cafe crowd at Wilkie Edge Hanis Cafe (2017)

Humanist Cafe

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? The event lasts about 2 hours. Tell other you're … learn more