University of Nairobi Humanists and Freethinkers is a group of students at the University of Nairobi supporting the ideals of reason, science, critical thinking, free inquiry and humanist values.
Our vision is a Humanist world; a world in which human rights are respected and everyone is able to live a life of dignity. The mission of University of Nairobi Humanist and Freethinkers is to build and represent the student Humanist movement that defends human rights and promotes Humanist values.
Towards achieving these values, we embrace the following principles:
Bill Cooke Visits University of Nairobi Freethinkers
On 10th January 2013, Bill Cooke visited University of Nairobi Humanists and Freethinkers. The event took place at graduation square and the members who attended followed topics from introduction to freethought, Skepticism and critical thinking.
On January 7th to 11th 2013, Bill Cooke will visit Kenya. Bill Cooke is the current Director for International Programs at the Center for Inquiry. While in Kenya, Bill will visit The Humanists orphans in Kisumu, a project of the Center for Inquiry/ Kenya located in the rural of Kisumu. He will then meet with Maseno Freethinkers, a campus freethought organization at Maseno University and then hold a workshop with University of Nairobi Humanists and Freethinkers.
Bill Cooke has contributed a lot in the field of humanism and rationalism. His work revolves around re-articulating an authentic humanist world view for the twenty-first century.
His main books include:
Heathen in Godzone: Seventy Years of Rationalism in New Zealand (NZARH, 1998);
A Rebel to His Last Breath: Joseph McCabe and Rationalism (Prometheus, 2001); and
The Blasphemy Depot: A Hundred Years of the Rationalist Press Association (RPA, 2003).
We welcome all individuals and groups who would like to attend this important function. You can contact us at: email@example.com