Humanist Society (Singapore) is a registered society in Singapore for humanists, freethinkers, atheists, agnostics and other like-minded people. We hold events relating to Humanism, critical thinking and to provide a space for like-minded people to hold discussions.
Drinking Skeptically is an informal social event designed to promote fellowship and networking among skeptics, critical-thinkers, and like-minded individuals.
A good overview of non-religious in Singapore, which make up about 17% of the resident population, according to the Singapore census of 2010.
“Indonesian Atheists” (or “IA”) was founded as an online facebook community group in Oct 2008, which by now has grown to more than 400 members. We, Indonesian atheists (or non-believers in general) were covered in an AFP news article in January 2009. This WordPress blog contains stories, news, announcements or other things that we want the world know about us.
We are the largest and most active organization for freethought in the Philippines. We practice a healthy mix of action, education, and discourse—demonstrating our support for a cause we believe in; enlightening the public online or through forums and lectures; and simply hanging out and giving voice to our opinions.
A gathering of Malaysians who are skeptical of any supernatural beings/deities, who do not believe in such Higher Beings, who challenge oppressive religious authority, who were formerly religious or who simply want to contribute more to healthy skepticism and scientific reasoning!
We cover issues on science, religion, superstitions, civil rights, supernatural hogwash and other poppycock. We aim to gather as many rationalists, humanists, freethinkers, secularists and/or sceptics as we can find in Malaysia. We want people to QUESTION EVERYTHING.