Atheist Ireland AGM and Public Meeting, Saturday 25 October, Wynns Hotel DUblin
The 2014 Atheist Ireland AGM will take place next Saturday, 25 October, in Wynnes Hotel in Abbey Street, Dublin. The morning session, from 11am to 12.30pm, is for members only. The afternoon session, from 2pm to 4pm, is open to the public. We will then be going for an informal meal if you want to join us.
We have had a very busy and successful year, with the UN Human Rights Committee vindicating many of our policies and telling Ireland to stop breaching the human rights of atheists in education, health, employment, religious oaths and freedom of expression, and with the Government finally announcing the referendum on blasphemy that we have been campaigning for since we were founded.
The AGM morning session, from 11am to 12.30pm, is for members only. It will include a review of our last year’s activities, arrangements for our programme of work for this year, election of officers and an amendment to our constitution.
The AGM afternoon session, from 2pm to 4pm, is open to the public. We will discuss and get feedback on our plans for next year, including our campaign for the blasphemy referendum, our secular education campaign and our international human rights work.
Our review of our last year’s work includes the following:
1. International Political Lobbying on Human Rights
2. National Political Lobbying on Constitutional Change
3. National Political Lobbying on Secular Education
4. National Political Lobbying on other Secular Issues
5. Primary School Lessons about Atheism
6. Sample Media Events
7. Sample Debates and Talks
8. Internal work
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday at Wynnes Hotel. You can also join Atheist Ireland on the day if you are not already a member.