David Warden with Blaise Ntakarutimana from Burundi, at the World Humanist Congress in Oxford
David Warden with Blaise Ntakarutimana from Burundi, at the World Humanist Congress in Oxford

Inclusion

Dorset Humanists is committed to fostering an ethos of diversity and inclusion. We are positive about people whatever their gender or gender identification, age, race or ethnicity, socio-economic background, disability, sexual orientation, offender background, and philosophical/political beliefs.

We are aware of the particular needs of people with Autism and Asperger’s.

We support Bournemouth’s Bourne Free LGBT Festival and Bournemouth & Poole’s Holocaust Memorial Day.

We take part in the Bournemouth Remembrance Service to represent non-religious people in the Armed Forces.

We have regular dialogue with other belief communities through the ‘Out of the Box’ dialogue group.

We welcome people whatever their beliefs to our meetings. Membership of Dorset Humanists, however, implies support for our mission to promote Humanism understood as a non-religious worldview.