Dec 12, 2018
What are your views on the best ways to protect atheists who are
in danger due to their lack of belief?
Armin Navabi and Gary McLelland discuss protecting atheists worldwide.
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International Humanist and Ethical Union is the global representative body of the humanist movement, uniting a diversity of non-religious organisations and individuals.
We want everyone to live a life of dignity in a world where universal human rights are respected and protected, and where states uphold secularism.
We work to build, support and represent the global humanist movement, defending human rights, particularly those of non-religious people, and promoting humanist values world-wide. https://iheu.org/
Freedom of Thought Report: http://freethoughtreport.com
Gary McLelland joined IHEU as the CEO in February 2017. Before this he worked for the Humanist Society Scotland since 2013 as Head of Communications and Public Affairs. He has also previously served as a Board member of the European Humanist Federation based in Brussels, as well as a board member of the Scottish Joint Committee on Religious and Moral Education.
Before working in Humanist campaigning, Gary worked for a global citizenship project at the Mercy Corps European headquarters in Edinburgh, and also in policy and service delivery in education and social work.
He has a BSc (hons) in psychology, a diploma in childhood and youth studies and master’s in human rights law, in which he researched the approach of the European Court of Human Rights and the United Nations’ approach to so-called ‘blasphemy laws’.