Irish schools ignore legal limits on how religious ethos can influence students
Atheist Ireland raises religious discrimination in Irish schools with UN and C&AG
Atheist Ireland response to Department of Education on parents’ rights and anti-abortion video
Department of Education response to Atheist Ireland about parents’ rights and anti-abortion video
Parents, not schools, must decide whether their children attend religious education
You do not have to attend religious education, however the school describes it
The Department of Education misuses public funds for in-service training of religion teachers
Another school year, and another €9.8 million for faith formation in ETBs
Students not attending Religious Instruction is a condition of State funding
Yet again, the State ignores the Constitutional right to not attend religious instruction