Parents, not schools, must decide whether their children attend religious education
Religious school ethos prevents objective Relationships and Sexuality Education
Students not attending Religious Instruction is a condition of State funding
Yet again, the State ignores the Constitutional right to not attend religious instruction
The Constitutional right to not attend religious instruction (explicitly) and other subjects (implicitly)
Religious education, formation, and instruction in Irish schools
How Irish schools breach the Constitutional rights of atheist and minority faith families
NCCA removes names of Religious Education Reference Group members from its website
Comprehensive School with Minister for Education as Patron discriminates on the ground of religion
Church and State still ignoring the 1998 Supreme Court judgment on religious ethos in schools