The Catholic Church: Undermining the right to school Freedom of Conscience
Ireland has no non-denominational schools. Even the nine schools directly run by the state are religious
Publicly funded Irish National schools integrate “The Saviour” into spelling lessons for ten year olds – Rule 68
Religious Crests on school uniforms are symbols of discrimination.
How Irish law effectively prohibits non-denominational secular schools based on human rights
Children have a human right to a neutral studying environment, even in denominational schools
The new Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission should be mandated to monitor ICCPR rights
UN asks Ireland about discrimination against atheist teachers – video and transcript
Majority votes cannot deny human rights: UN questions to Ireland reflect Atheist Ireland briefing in Geneva
Irish Human Rights Commission recommends change to the Education Act 1998 to protect the rights of minorities.