How Irish law effectively prohibits non-denominational secular schools based on human rights
Educate Together is undermining the duty of the Irish State to provide non-denominational schools
Atheist Ireland to brief UN Human Rights Committee about Ireland’s failure to protect rights of Atheists and Secularists
The state Religious Education course at second level
Home schooling is not a valid option to release the state from its human rights obligations.
The Louise O’Keeffe judgment could begin the end of state-supported religious discrimination in Irish schools
CASE OF KJELDSEN, BUSK MADSEN AND PEDERSEN v. DENMARK – European Court of Human Rights “Religious Instruction” – (Application no. 5095/71; 5920/72; 5926/72) – 17th December 1976.
How to let the Minister for Education know your views on inclusive primary schools
How to let Ruairi Quinn know your concerns about inclusive schools.
The state has a positive obligation to respect the philosophical convictions of secular parents.