Jason Ball: Religion and the Census

The Atheist Foundation of Australia have began a nation wide campaign to encourage people who are no longer religious to mark no religion on the 2011 Census. Jason Ball, a spokesperson for the Foundation and past President of UMSS, will chat about why this is so important and update us on the progress of the campaign. It will also be an opportunity to ask any questions you might have about the Census, and a chance to contribute ideas towards the campaign.

Event details:
Date: Thursday, 7th April 2011
Time: 1 PM
Venue: Harold White Lecture Theatre, Arts Centre

If you haven’t renewed your UMSS membership yet then don’t fret, you can get your new shiny membership card by signing up at any event during the year. Renewing membership means you’re helping the society grow and gain access to bigger grants, which means more events, guests, free food and merch! Membership is only $1 for Union members and $2 for non-union!

Our awesome new shirts will be available again as well. there are two quotes to choose from, one from Huxley and one from Sagan. They are only $20 for members!

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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