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Jane Donnelly, Atheist Ireland’s Human Rights Officer, explains that parents have a constitutional right to opt their child out of religion classes in Irish schools. Jane was talking on Newstalk Radio on 23 November 2015.

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Jane Donnelly, Atheist Ireland’s Human Rights Officer, explains that parents have a constitutional right to opt their child out of religion classes in Irish schools. Jane was talking to Deirdre Walsh on Radio Kerry on 23 November 2015.

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400 people attended the Big Debate in Belfast on 19 November, where Michael Nugent of Atheist Ireland and Rev David Robertson discussed whether Christianity is holding society back in Northern Ireland and generally. The debate was chaired by William Crawley of BBC’s Talkback.

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