How unintended religious discrimination in Irish schools has evolved since 1965
An unlawful, systematic and stark attack on the right to not attend religious instruction
The Irish State continues to help the Catholic Church to evangelise schoolchildren
Four in ten marriages now secular, yet schools still evangelise their children
Back to the future? In 1999, Micheál Martin protected the right to not attend religion class
More non-religious marriages, yet State schools still evangelise children
Atheist Ireland  Submission on Primary Curriculum
The right to not attend religion class, whatever it is called, in ETB schools
Another €9.8 million of State money for faith formation in ETB schools
Religious discrimination in access to schools still exists