Tag Archives: Constitution

Secular education: Avoiding the tyranny of the majority

On August 8 my letter ‘A right to education without indoctrination’ was published in the Irish Times. It was an edited version of my blog  ‘Original sin, a four-year old and state-funded education’ On August 11 the Irish Times published … Continue reading

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Challenging Conversations

Ireland has been criticised for having one of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws because it jeopardises women’s health and lives subjecting them to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment with a disproportionate impact on poor women, adolescents, asylum seekers, and those with disabilities or those … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality Referendum is, in fact, about Marriage Equality

I am delighted that numerous independent experts have clarified that the Marriage Equality Referendum is, in fact, about Marriage Equality. I am delighted that Adoption Authority Chief Geoffrey Shannon has stated categorically that the adoption process will not change as … Continue reading

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