The rights to religious formation in schools and to not attend religious instruction
Words in the constitution matter, like not attend religious instruction
Freedom of Religion or Belief – UN Human Rights 75 Pledge  by Atheist Ireland
Why publicly funded schools are ‘organs of the state’ under human rights law
The right to objective sex education, not delivered through Catholic ethos
Irish Council of State: Atheists need not apply
UN calls for evidence-based sex education in Ireland. This requires amending the Education Act on ethos.
The Oireachtas, not the Government, must regulate the Constitutional right to not attend religious instruction
Religious orders have the right to exist, but not to privilege and undue influence in public life
Atheist Ireland asks TDs to amend Incitement to Hatred Bill