'A highly polarised society where differences are valued more than similarities is a breeding ground for extremists,' argues Khadija Khan.
Stephen Evans of the National Secular Society argues that the state should not fund religiously segregated faith schools, and examines the main political parties' positions on this and related issues.
The founder of the Humanist Mutual Aid Network reports on its establishment of 'safe houses' for non-believers in Nigeria, and their residents' achievements so far.
Professor Edward Royle, an expert on British secularism, compares the lives and legacies of two leading figures in the 19th-century secularist movement.
Northern Ireland's progress towards an increasingly secular, less religious society, as revealed in its most recent census.
Let’s leave this town, for they are hare-brain’d slaves…