Andrew became Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association (BHA) in 2010 after five years coordinating the BHA’s education and public affairs work. His writing on humanist and secularist issues has appeared in the Guardian, Independent, Times and New Statesman as well as in various journals. He came to the BHA in 2005 from the Citizenship Foundation.
He is a former director of the European Humanist Federation and a current Vice President of the International Humanist and Ethical Union. He has been an adviser on Humanism to the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Authority, the Department for Children, Schools and Families, the BBC, and the Office of National Statistics among others.
Blurred lines: what is consent?
"Only the Battle of Ideas could provide the platform for a discussion about a GCSE Science exam where the atmosphere was so electric. It felt like a battle for the soul of British education."
Philip Walters, chairman, Rising Stars educational publishers