Oireachtas Committee calls for integration not segregation in schools, as proposed by Atheist Ireland
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
KJELDSEN and others v. DENMARK – European Court of Human Rights “Religious Instruction” 1976
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.
The Irish Education System: A failure to protect human rights.
The Irish State cannot absolve itself of the responsibility to protect the human rights of secular parents and their children.
State funding for religious schools is a privilege not a human right
Case of Grzelak V Poland (June 2010) European Court of Human Rights