Anexo:Asociaciones seculares

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Centro humanista de Conway Hall (Londres), sede de la South Place Ethical Society, comunidad librepensadora fundada en 1793.

Las organizaciones seculares mantienen la postura de que los estándares de moralidad deberían estar basados únicamente en lo que concierne al bien de la humanidad en el tiempo actual sin referencias a seres o conceptos sobrenaturales como dios o una vida después de la muerte.

Las personas seculares y sus organizaciones, se identifican a sí mismos en una variedad de términos, lo que incluye agnósticos, laicos, ateos, miembros del movimiento brights, librepensadores, humanistas, no teístas, naturalistas, racionalistas y escépticos[1] [2]

A pesar del uso de varios términos, las organizaciones listadas aquí tienen objetivos comunes.

Listado[editar]

Internacional[editar]

Alemania[editar]

  • Consejo Central de ex Musulmanes
  • German Freethinkers League
  • Fundación Giordano Bruno (Giordano Bruno Stiftung)
  • International League of non-religious and atheists

Argentina[editar]

Australia[editar]

  • Atheist Foundation of Australia
  • Council of Australian Humanist Societies
  • Rationalist Society of Australia
  • The Secular Party of Australia

Brasil[editar]

Canadá[editar]

  • Humanist Association of Canada
  • Humanist Fellowship of Montreal
  • Mouvement laïque québécois
  • Toronto Secular Alliance

Dinamarca[editar]

  • Ateistisk Selskab. Sociedad atea danesa

España[editar]

Estados Unidos[editar]

India[editar]

  • Atheist Center
  • Bihar Buddhiwadi Samaj (Bihar Rationalist Society)
  • Dakshina Kannada Rationalist Association
  • Federation of Indian Rationalist Associations
  • Hyderabad Rationalist Forum
  • Indian Humanist Union
  • Kerala Yukthivadi Sangham
  • People's Science Center
  • Science and Rationalists' Association of India

Irak[editar]

  • Diwaroj Kurdistan Atheists (Diwaroj)

Irlanda[editar]

  • Humanist Association of Ireland
  • Humani
  • The Irish Atheists

Islandia[editar]

  • Sidmennt

Italia[editar]

México[editar]

Noruega[editar]

  • Human-Etisk Forbund HEF[16] [17]
  • Norwegian Heathen Society

Nueva Zelanda[editar]

  • Humanist Society of New Zealand
  • New Zealand Association of Rationalists and Humanists

Peru[editar]

Reino Unido[editar]

  • British Humanist Association
  • Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association
  • Humanist Society of Scotland
  • Leicester Secular Society. Fundada en 1851[18]
  • National Secular Society
  • North East Humanists
  • Rationalist Association
  • South Place Ethical Society. Fundada en 1793[19]

Suecia[editar]

  • Swedish Humanist Association

Véase también[editar]

Referencias[editar]

  1. The Secular Coalition for America, which has been identified by Brights.net as representing the interests of "secularist organizations," describes its constituency as "nontheistic Americans," including those who go by the labels "atheist, humanist, freethinker, agnostic, skeptic, bright, ignostic, materialist, and naturalist, among others." Who does the Secular Coalition for America represent? at the Secular Coalition for America website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  2. Some less common secularist labels include: apatheist, godless (in the non-pejorative, literal sense), ignostic, infidel (or unbeliever), heathen, materialist, or realist.
  3. Atheist Alliance International website, 2008 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  4. The Movement, The Brights' Network, 2008 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  5. Presentation, European Humanist Federation website, 2006 (Accessed 10 April 2008)
  6. About IHEU, IHEU website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  7. http://www.americanhumanist.org/about/faqs.php Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the American Humanist Association, American Humanist Association website, 2005 (Accessed 8 April 2005)
  8. «Secular Union».
  9. "Camp Quest is the first residential summer camp in the history of the United States for the children of Atheists, Freethinkers, Humanists, Brights, or whatever other terms might be applied to those who hold to a naturalistic, not supernatural world view." http://www.camp-quest.org/ Camp Quest website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  10. http://www.secularhumanism.org/index.php Council for Secular Humanism website, 2008 (Accessed 8 April 2008)
  11. http://www.ffrf.org/ Freedom From Religion Foundation website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  12. http://www.infidels.org/infidels/ About Us, Internet Infidels, 2008 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  13. http://web.archive.org/web/http://www.ateismodesdemexico.org/forums/about.php Historia de la comunidad atea en México
  14. http://www.ateosmexicanos.org/ Organización que agrupa Ateos y Librepensadores
  15. http://www.humanismo.mx Organización que impulsa el Humanismo Secular en México.
  16. http://www.human.no/templates/Page____2067.aspx The Norwegian Humanist Association, Human-Etisk Forbund website (English version), 2004 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  17. http://www.human.no/templates/Page____2076.aspx Membership, Human-Etisk Forbund website (English version), 2004 (Accessed 9 April 2008)
  18. http://www.leicestersecularsociety.org.uk/ Leicester Secular Society website (Accessed 5 April 2008)
  19. http://www.ethicalsoc.org.uk/ South Place Ethical Society website (Accessed 5 April 2008)

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