School Principals can’t make policy on not attending religious instruction
Schools ignore obligations under Constitution and European Convention on Human Rights
Schools cannot use Education Act to impose spiritual values on students, says Court of Appeal
The Oireachtas, not the Government, must regulate the Constitutional right to not attend religious instruction
New primary curriculum framework does not address rights of nonreligious families
Parents, not church or state, have the right to provide religious and moral education
The State, not school boards, should directly protect the rights of minorities in schools
The Student and Parent Charter Bill must protect the right to not attend religious instruction
Education Minister cannot rely on NCCA to deliver objective sex education – the law must change