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Schools have no legal basis to compel students to attend religious instruction classes - Atheist Ireland

Schools have no legal basis to compel students to attend religious instruction classes, according...

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15.44 17 Aug 2020


Schools have no legal basis to compel students to attend religious instruction classes - Atheist Ireland


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15.44 17 Aug 2020


Schools have no legal basis to compel students to attend religious instruction classes, according to a report to be published this week by Atheist Ireland. They have sent a 21-page legal opinion to the Department of Education on the right to opt out of religious instruction under provisions contained in the Constitution. Susan chats to Michael Nugent of Atheist Ireland 

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