Neil Anderson elected new President

Neil Anderson from Scotland was elected new president for the EHP. Former President Freddy Boeykens has passed the torch after 11 years. Neil is eager to help build and guide the EHP into a valuable and strong section of the EHF.

“So, we are a wide reaching collective and our aim over the next few years is to build EHP into a vibrant membership organisation fit for the demands of the current era and which is the natural portal for all European humanist professionals while also serving as a resource for humanist professionals throughout the world.”


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EHP on Facebook

Great news! EHP has started a closed facebook page so European humanists, active in humanist services, can share and exchange information, tips, questions etc. To become a member of the group simply apply at Be sure to mention which humanist organisation you are a member of. A link to the page can be found HERE.

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International Congress: Building Blocks for Humanist Education (13th-16th October 2016, Antwerp, Belgium)

EHP is proud to organise an international congress on humanist education, in October 2016. The congress will take place in the beautiful city of Antwerp, a cradle for humanism and free thought in Europe. Belgium also has a longstanding history and lots of experience in the field of humanist education and ethical courses. With this congress we hope to bring together professionals from various sectors who are interested in humanism and education - teachers already teaching, teachers in training, people who would like to ignite humanist courses in their country etc. Feel free to contact us at if you have anymore questions.



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Exchange program humanist chaplaincy (The Netherlands)

The Dutch Humanist Association and the University of Humanistic Studies, in cooperation with EHP will be hosting a conference on Humanist Chaplaincy in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The aim of the conference is to exchange and enhance knowledge on Humanist Chaplaincy and to provide participants with strategic knowledge on how to set up Humanist Chaplaincy within organizations in Health Care, Military and Prisons. Special attention is paid to actually experiencing methodologies and discussing various sources of inspiration.

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