How unintended religious discrimination in Irish schools has evolved since 1965
Religious discrimination in the hiring of Chaplains in ETB schools
An unlawful, systematic and stark attack on the right to not attend religious instruction
Church and State still undermine the right to not attend religious instruction in schools
The Irish State continues to help the Catholic Church to evangelise schoolchildren
Irish constitution gives parents more rights than human rights laws do
Schools may not instruct a child in a religion not its own without parental consent
Schools and teachers should not ask students about their beliefs
ETB schools continue to discriminate on the ground of religion
ETB school discriminates against child from Catholic family