AAI press release (04-Apr-2013)
AAI press release (26-Feb-2012)
Atheist Alliance International (AAI) demands that the Indonesian government support freedom of speech and freedom of conscience by immediately releasing Alexander Aan from custody and dropping all charges against him, pursuing the perpetrators of the physical attack against Aan and repealing the country’s oppressive anti-blasphemy legislation.
Read the full AAI press release. (25-Jan-2012)
Update: Alexander Aan was sentenced to two years and six months in prison. Atheist Alliance International condemns jail sentence for Alexander Aan (AAI press release from 14-Jun-2012)
Hosted by Atheist Ireland and Atheist Alliance International
Atheists without Borders
Montréal, October 2010
Gods & Politics
Copenhagen Declaration on Religion in Public Life
The recent Gods and Politics conference in Copenhagen adopted the following Declaration on Religion in Public Life. The conference was the first European event of Atheist Alliance International, and was co-hosted by AAI and the Danish Atheist Society.
IBKA supported the secular advertising campaign in Germany.
Since almost all local transport authorities refused to accept the ad on their buses, the campaign conducted a bus tour through Germany from May 30 to June 18, 2009.
AAI Press Release, January 15, 2009
Atheist Alliance International has joined other national atheist, humanist, freethought and secular organization leaders to call on President-Elect Barack Obama to decline the role of honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America because of its discriminatory policies of excluding atheist and gay youths and adults from participating in its organization.
Press release of December 2, 2008 (Translation from German)
The International League of Non-Religious and Atheists (German: Internationaler Bund der Konfessionslosen und Atheisten, IBKA) is supporting a complaint before the European Court of Human Rights against the fee for leaving a church in North-Rhine Westphalia. "We are sticking to our opinion that a fee for leaving a church infringes the freedom of religion and conscience," IBKA chairman Rudolf Ladwig said. The association of non-religious had already supported the previous proceedings before the Federal Constitutional Court but the constitutional complaint was dismissed.