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Newsline 13 September 2013

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Can we please stop wasting money on these endless surveys that just tell us what we already know?

Can we please stop wasting money on these endless surveys that just tell us what we already know?

Opinion | Thu, 12 Sep 2013

Terry Sanderson argues we don't need taxpayer's money being spent on reports that tell us that some religious people are annoyed that other people aren't interested in their beliefs.

Yes, we can talk about this

Yes, we can talk about this

Opinion | Tue, 03 Sep 2013

Meg Wallace argues against cultural relativism as a basis for accepting moral values, and instead advocates the observance of the globally-agreed principles enshrined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Fiji’s new constitution may be secular, but it still undermines human rights, says Amnesty

Fiji’s new constitution may be secular, but it still undermines human rights, says Amnesty

News | Mon, 09 Sep 2013

Fiji's new constitution — which was ratified on 6 September 2013 — may be secular but it "falls far short of international standards of human rights law," says Amnesty International.

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NSS Speaks Out

Scottish spokesman Alistair McBay had this letter in the Scotsman "Schools are for teaching, not preaching"

Terry Sanderson was on BBC WM talking about the ban on head coverings in a Birmingham College that has sparked outrage among Muslim students.

The NSS was quoted in the Economist in a piece about the French secular charter in schools.

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