In this week’s episode I talk to 3 humanists in Wellington. It is Sara Passmore, Frank Dungey and Peter Clemerson from Humanist Society of New Zealand.
First I talk to Sara. We talk about how humanism became a big part of her identity. We talk about Maori belief, loss of traditions and religious instructions in schools.
Then I talk to Frank. We talk about growing up as a Baptist. We talk about his involvement in the euthanasia movement since the seventies.
And finally I talk to Peter. We talk about him being a Humanist with a big H. We talk about trying to influence legislation regarding euthanasia and abortion rights.
Humanist Society of New Zealand: https://humanist.nz/
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