The Darwin Day Lecture, held each February as part of the Humanists UK Annual Lecture Series, explores Humanism and humanist thought, especially that related to science and evolution, Charles Darwin, and his works. This year, the lecture is given by Dr Diana Fleischman, an evolutionary psychologist at the University of Portsmouth. Diana’s work focuses on developing a better understanding of what it means to be human, including the biology and psychology of topics such as sexuality, disease, and disgust. Her talk on "The evolution of human morality" will be chaired by Professor Jim Al-Khalili OBE and preceded by music from The London Humanist Choir.

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