Galha LGBT Humanists
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Galha LGBT Humanists was founded in 1979 as the Gay Humanists Group and later the Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association (GALHA). It is a United Kingdom-based not-for-profit that campaigns for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality and human rights and promotes humanism as an ethical worldview. It is membership-based and organised democratically.
Since mid-2012, Galha is the official LGBT section of the British Humanist Association. It campaigns for equality and diversity, particularly relating to sexual orientation and identity, in the UK and internationally.
Galha regularly publishes a newsletter and hosts events in London, UK.
The current Chair is Richard Unwin.
- Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association (GALHA) by Bishopsgate Institute
- Gay refugees need asylum by Peter Tatchell, writing for The Guardian newspaper
- International Humanist and Ethical Union
- National Secular Society
- Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association on LGBT History Project wiki
- Galha Homepage
- Adam Knowles homepage
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