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Newsline 22 August 2014

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Principles of secularism and equality must be defended

Principles of secularism and equality must be defended

Opinion | Fri, 22 Aug 2014

Attempts to erode equality and undermine secularist principles must be challenged, argues Stephen Evans.

No such thing as a ‘faith child’

No such thing as a ‘faith child’

Opinion | Tue, 19 Aug 2014

The state and society undermine children's rights, when they treat them as an extension of their parents' religious identity, argues John Sargeant.

Vacancy: Communications Officer

Vacancy: Communications Officer

We're looking for someone passionate about secularism to support the organisation's campaign work with range of communications tasks including writing web copy, news articles and commentary.

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