The O Project is initiative started in 2005 with two goals:
1. To champion the contributions that humanists and other non believers make to wider society in the fields of social justice, equality and human rights.
2. To promote good relations and cooperation between believers and non believers
It does not assert that people should become atheists – it demands equal respect for region and atheism as potential vehicles for good.
What does it do?
Identifying and promoting and encouaraging grass roots inspiration people who are already realising these objectives
Shaping how we see society by identifying and sharing quality research and challenging poor quality research (such as opinion polls) and using them wherever possible to advance aims rather than the use of rhetoric