Jane Donnelly of Atheist Ireland addressing the Oireachtas Education Committee about discrimination against secular parents and their children in Irish schools. The meeting took place on 11 December 2013.

 

Jane Donnelly of Atheist Ireland addressing the Oireachtas Education Committee about discrimination against secular parents and their children in Irish schools. The meeting took place on 11 December 2013.

 

Jane Donnelly of Atheist Ireland tells the Oireachtas Education Committee that Irish schools breach the human rights of freedom of conscience, freedom from discrimination, equality before the law, private and family life and the rights of the child. The meeting took place on 11 December 2013.

 

Jane Donnelly, Human Rights Officer of Atheist Ireland, speaking to the NUI Galway Atheist Humanist Society on how Irish VEC schools are actually religious schools. The meeting was in NUI Galway on 20 November 2013.

 

Atheist Ireland is part of the ESC Rights Initiative, a network of advocacy groups seeking legal protection in Ireland for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This is Rosalind McKenna of Amnesty International speaking at a seminar organized by the ESC Rights Initiative on why and how the Irish Constitutional Convention should include ESC Rights on its agenda.

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