Schools ignore obligations under Constitution and European Convention on Human Rights
Atheist Ireland meets with Catholic Education Partnership to discuss freedom of belief in schools
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
Atheist Ireland writes to Attorney General about right to not attend religious instruction
Atheist Ireland welcomes WRC ruling on religious discrimination in employing military chaplains
Irish Council of State: Atheists need not apply
Minister respects the rights of religious parents while undermining the rights of nonreligious parents
How an ETB school admission policy makes up a definition of religious instruction with no legal basis
UN calls for evidence-based sex education in Ireland. This requires amending the Education Act on ethos.