In 2010, Paul Gill spent 25 days walking the length of Ireland, from Mizzen to Malin, to highlight the then-new blasphemy law. Today he is asking you to vote Yes to remove the crime of blasphemy from our constitution #BlasphemyRef

 

Peter Hinchliffe of Atheist Ireland debates the Irish blasphemy law. Peter is advocating a Yes vote while Michael Reidy advocating a no vote.

 

Atheist Ireland’s Human Rights Officer, Jane Donnelly debates emeritus professor of communications DCU, Colum Kenny on the Irish Blasphemy law for TheJournal.ie.

 

Kirsty Murphy outlines the aims of the Separate Church and State Group at Atheist Ireland’s blasphemy law meeting in Cork this week

 

Michael Nugent, chair of Atheist Ireland gives a one minute call for YES in Friday’s referendum on the blasphemy law

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