Atheist Ireland has sent a Submission to the UN Human Rights committee under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. We raised the issue of religious discrimination in the School Transport scheme at second level. Atheists, humanists and secularists are discriminated against in the School Transport scheme as the ...
The Minister of State for Training and Skills, John Halligan, has responded to the Dail questions on School Transport submitted by Deputy Ruth Coppinger. He has reiterated the incredible claim that the terms of the School Transport Scheme are applied equitably on a national basis. It is difficult to understand how ...
Atheist Ireland and many parents are challenging the second level school transport scheme, which is unjust and discriminatory. And Ruth Coppinger TD has asked the Minister for Education the latest in a series of Dail questions, which you can read below, in relation to the scheme. The scheme gives privilege ...
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