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Leo Igwe: Humanism and Asylum Seeking: Use and Abuse [MUST READ]

Humanists, who are fleeing persecution, can be granted asylum and some protection in Western countries. This is some good news. But we must ensure...

In Solidarity With Gays in Africa: If Churches Cannot ‘Bless’ Your Union, Humanists Will

To all gay people across Africa, I send you a message of support and solidarity on behalf of the humanist movement in the region....

Witch Persecution and Penis Disappearance: Why We Need Critical Thinking Corners in Nigeria [MUST READ]

I bring you all greetings and salutations from the Humanist Association of Nigeria and from all who value critical thinking and reasoned inquiry across...

Academic Freedom: Necessity of Skepticism on University Campuses [MUST READ]

The Critical Thinking Social Empowerment Foundation welcomes the opportunity to ponder and critically reflect on issues and challenges facing us as a society. The...

Leo Igwe: Music Beyond Belief in Africa [MUST READ]

Music beyond belief refers to irreligious music and songs, including humanist, atheist, and freethought songs. The pervasiveness of religion in Africa has made it...

Witch Persecution, Sharia Court and Legal Defence in Bornu, By Leo Igwe (READ)

Early this year, the office of the National Human Rights Commission in Bornu drew the attention of the Advocacy for Alleged Witches to the...

Think Aloud: Beyond Literacy and Numeracy in Schools, By Leo Igwe [MUST READ]

Think Aloud is an initiative by the Critical Thinking Social Empowerment Foundation to foster critical thinking culture in schools, and in the society at...

February Elections: What Happened At My Polling Unit In Oyo State [MUST READ]

When I went to cast my vote on February 25, 2023, it was to perform a civic duty for the first time since Nigeria...

Comrade Egeh Ukara Emerges Advocate For Alleged Witches Of The Year 2022

The Advocacy for Alleged Witches, AfAW, works and campaigns to recognize the efforts and contributions of courageous men and women to end witch persecution...

Leo Igwe: The Illusion Of Witchcraft Meetings And Witchphobia In Africa [MUST READ]

The Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AfAW) combats abuses linked to witchcraft beliefs and ritual attacks. One way it seeks to achieve this goal is...

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