Founded in 1968, Humanist Canada has its roots in the former Humanist Fellowship of Montreal. This fellowship was an organization of humanists that was founded in 1954 by Drs. R. K. Mishra, Ernest Poser, and Maria Jutta Cahn. Lord Bertrand Russell and Dr. Brock Chisholm were its first patrons.
Humanist Canada's first president in 1968 was Dr. Henry Morgentaler, an active crusader for women's right to reproductive choice. Humanist Canada continues to be involved in social justice issues including reproductive choice, the right to die with dignity, and the preservation of human rights.
Humanist Canada has grown over the past four decades to become Canada�??s national voice of Humanism. We are also an associate member organization of the International Humanist and Ethical Union.
Swinburne is an innovative education institution based in Australia fully committed to delivering excellence in higher education, vocational training and research. To achieve this, and to meet the challenges of the future
My name is Lylah. I am 7 years old. My parents have challenged me to try to do something each year that can make someone's life a little better. In the past I have saved money for "Toys for Tots". This year I have been saving all year for the Uganda Humanist Schools Trust. My goal is to pay tuition for two kids to attend school for four years. This includes meals and uniforms. I would also like to fundraise to help with improvements. I am reaching out for your help, please donate and lets change the life of someone in need.
Kids' Carpentry is designed to teach boys and girls, grades kindergarten through sixth, practical woodworking skills with an emphasis on the safe use of hand tools.
By building a variety of fun projects, children learn a wide range of valuable carpentry skills such as measuring, fractions, sawing, drilling, rasping, fastening, sanding, shaping, assembly, and painting. Hand in hand with the practical skills goes a wide variety of other worthy concepts such as abstract reasoning, applied mathematics, problem solving, craftsmanship, fine motor skills, respect for tools, and patience.
The National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) is a corporate autonomous statutory body/agency under the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoE&S) responsible for the development of educational curricula for primary, secondary and some tertiary institutions in Uganda.
Drugs, Vaccines, & Biologics
Whether they come in the form of a pill, injection or intravenous infusion, drugs, vaccines and biologics are meant to better patientsÃ¢Â€Â™ quality of life by keeping them healthy. While these medicines provide a benefit for many patients, they are not safe for everyone. ItÃ¢Â€Â™s critical consumers know the risks associated with these medicines, so that they can make informed decisions about their health care
THE Pink Triangle Trust is a charitable trust (Registered Charity No. 1015629) set up in 1992 to advance the education of the public, and particularly of lesbians and gay men, in the principles and practice of humanism, and to advance the education of the public, and particularly of humanists, about all aspects of homosexuality.
This guide provides information on the importance and benefits of allowing children to play outdoors and public spaces. It also offers useful tips and advice for families on how to keep children safe and away from risks and hazards whilst playing outside.
Children need an adequate amount of sleep so they can grow, develop, and thrive. Sleep is vital for learning and the sleep habits your kids develop when they’re young can stay with them for a lifetime.