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Newsline 21 February 2014

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Australia shows the way in removing evangelists from schools

Australia shows the way in removing evangelists from schools

Opinion | Thu, 20 Feb 2014

With widespread apathy about what passes for religious education in schools, our classrooms are increasingly being used by religious groups to carry out their missionary work. Terry Sanderson explains how Australian parents have led the way in removing evangelists from schools.

Secular or bust

Secular or bust

Opinion | Tue, 18 Feb 2014

Reflecting on the extremist wings of Pakistani politics and ideology, Kunwar Khuldune Shahid describes the dire need for Pakistan to place the secular narrative at the centre of its political agenda and mainstream media.

NSS Speaks Out

We were quoted about the Church of England's ban on its gay clergy being married when the new law comes into effect next month in The Times (subscription) and Huffington Post

NSS Campaigns Manager Stephen Evans had a letter published in the Times Educational Supplement calling for education about religion to be objective and balanced, and never biased towards a specific faith. He also spoke on BBC3Counties radio, arguing for an end to the exemption that permits religious slaughter in the UK.

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