New primary curriculum framework does not address rights of nonreligious families
Parents, not church or state, have the right to provide religious and moral education
The State, not school boards, should directly protect the rights of minorities in schools
The Student and Parent Charter Bill must protect the right to not attend religious instruction
Education Minister cannot rely on NCCA to deliver objective sex education – the law must change
Education minister repeats pledge to change law if necessary to ensure inclusive sex education
Atheist Ireland asks Government to legislate for objective sex education
Catholic Bishops circle the croziers with new Sex and Morality Education course
The Irish State continues to help the Catholic Church to evangelise schoolchildren