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 - both in the UK and internationally.
Galha regularly publishes a newsletter and hosts events in London, UK.
The current Chair is Richard Unwin.
- Bishopsgate Institute
- The Guardian
- International Humanist and Ethical Union
- National Secular Society
- LGBT History Project wiki
- Galha Homepage
- Adam Knowles homepage
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