Westminster University achieves national first by hiring first-ever paid secular adviser for staff and students | News | Student | The Independent

The University of Westminster has achieved a national first by appointing the first-ever paid secular adviser for non-religious staff and students. Trained and accredited by the British Humanist Association (BHA), the charity says Isabel Millar’s role will be the first to address the fact that non-religious people are “unlikely to accept emotional and spiritual support from a religious adviser.”

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