The rights to religious formation in schools and to not attend religious instruction
The phrase ‘faith formation in schools’ has no constitutional or legal basis
INTO votes to challenge religious discrimination against teachers. Here is what they face.
Words in the constitution matter, like not attend religious instruction
Plurality of patronage will never achieve pluralism in education
Parents’ rights in schools should not depend on surveying the views of their neighbours
Secular schools would treat everyone equally
Atheist Ireland meets INTO about religious discrimination against students and teachers
New guidelines for Catholic sex education during curriculum SPHE – Atheist Ireland writes to Minister
Why publicly funded schools are ‘organs of the state’ under human rights law