Schools cannot use Education Act to impose spiritual values on students, says Court of Appeal
New primary school curriculum framework could mean more religion teaching, not less
The right to not attend religious instruction and sex education on the basis of conscience
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
Irish schoolbook Alive-O promoted Catholic theologian Jean Vanier who sexually abused women
Catholic schools foster relations with God when teaching Relationships and Sexuality education
Documents about misuse of state funds regarding religious instruction
Atheist Ireland responds to Fergus Finlay about religious orders existing and ending their privilege
Religious orders have the right to exist, but not to privilege and undue influence in public life