Secular Human Rights Campaigns and Initiatives

End Blasphemy Laws

in January of 2015, CFI Canada stepped up to be a leader and co-founder of the International Coalition Against Blasphemy Laws.  This initiative is a response to events such as the brutal torture of Raif Badawi and the murders at Charlie Hebdo.  CFIC asserts that it is hypocritical and embarrassing for Canada to be considered a world-leader on human rights and to retain an archaic blasphemy law in the criminal code.

To learn more about Canada’s blasphemy law and this campaign visit our relevant webpages:

Canada’s Blasphemous Libel Law – An Educational Overview

End Blasphemy Laws Now – Information About ICABL and World Blasphemy Laws

Raif Badawi – An Example of Abuses Through Blasphemy Laws

Condemnation of the Murders At Charlie Hebdo


Condemnations of Faith-Based Violence

In the first months of 2015, the world has been witness to repeated acts of violence and murder around the world.  CFIC condemns all faith-based violence.

Condemnation of the Murders At Charlie Hebdo

Boko Haram – The Importance of a Secular Society

Boko Haram and the Importance of a Secular Society

detailed_administrative_map_of_nigeria_with_cities_for_free_1Join CFI Canada in our campaign to raise awareness of the importance of secular society in protecting vulnerable people from religious-based terrorism and human rights violations.  Join CFI Canada as a volunteer to speak at local schools, events and meetings on this important issue.




Billboard Campaigns

Good Without God Billboard Campaigns

A fundamental aspect of free speech should be the ability for atheist, humanist and secular agencies to publicly engage the community.  However there is a long history, in Canada and around the world, of organizations like CFI Canada being frustrated or denied the right to speak about reason.  Your support of CFI Canada billboard and bus ads sends the message that CFI Canada members demand free speech.






CFIC’s Archive of Secular and Human Rights Campaigns

Support equality in legal education

Catholic School Board Breaking the Law?

Say NO to  Pope John Paul II Day