COUNCIL of AUSTRALIAN HUMANIST SOCIETIES


P R O G R A M

 

ANNUAL CONVENTION 2004

 

Hosted by the Humanist Society of NSW

                                              

SESSIONS OPEN TO DELEGATES AND MEMBERS:

 

Friday 30th April 6-9 pm     Humanist House, 10 Shepherd St. Chippendale.

            Registration                  (Walk over Broadway to Food Court, Unilodge Building

            & Welcome                 Choose cuisine of several nationalities - reasonable prices)


    Saturday 1st May.

9 am - 4.00 pm    CAHS AGM Business Sessions Humanist House

                                                            (Morning/afternoon tea and lunch provided)

                                                            (Only delegates may speak and vote)


SESSIONS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

                                                      

1st May7.30 pm for 8         CAHS Convention Dinner: ($ 40.00)

 

                                                       Schools & University Club, 60 Phillip St. Sydney

                                    Speaker:     Waratah (Rose W. Gillespie) (Human Shield in Iraq War, Human Rights Lawyer, Peace Activist) “Common Values”

            Also            Bruce Barry (Singer), Latino Dancers, and Steve Walker, Magician.

                                                                                    BOOKING ESSENTIAL (02) 9211 1303

 

SUNDAY WITHOUT GOD !

 

    Sunday 2nd May.

 

         Pilgrim Theatre, (Academy of Dramatic Arts) 262 Pitt Street Cnr. Park Street, Sydney.

10.00 am                      Morning tea

                                    Welcome by Dr John Hirshman AHOY 1992

                        Eva Cox AHOY 1997: “Humanist Ethics”

                        Donald Horne AHOY 2002:“Holding Together without God”

            Questions

12.30 pm                      Lunch: your choice of nearby restaurants

2.00 pm                        Ian Ellis Jones: “Humanism - Religion or life-stance?” (A critical and provocative analysis of the official declarations)

                        Stephen Crittendon (Presenter of ABC “The Religion Report”)

                                                            “The Problems of Representing Everyone”

Questions

Afternoon tea

4.00 pm                        Close

 

For those who wish to stay on there will be a group going by train to Circular Quay then catch a public ferry around the harbour returning to Italian dinner at Circular Quay.

 

The above information was correct as at 31st. March but is subject to change.

 

Inquiries & Bookings Ann Young (02) 9211 1303

 

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