School Principals can’t make policy on not attending religious instruction
Supreme Court says schools must respect constitutional rights based on freedom of conscience
We don’t accept church and state claims that religious schools are inclusive and respect all
Having religious education in schools is a constitutional right. So is the the right to not attend it.
Schools ignore obligations under Constitution and European Convention on Human Rights
Religious education, sex education, and the separation of powers under the Constitution
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
The Oireachtas, not the Government, must regulate the Constitutional right to not attend religious instruction