A significant part of our output, largely hidden from view, is our submissions to Government or international bodies' consultations. A selection of these submissions can be found below.
A response focusing on discrimination and equality, including the areas of gender, sexual orientation and race as distinct from religion.
Council of Europe
Consultation for the White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue
Supporting Information & Commentary by the International Humanist and Ethical Union and UK National Secular Society
Concerns about undue religious influence and religious activities compromising human rights.
31 July 2007
Possible Content Of 2011 Scotland Census: Consultation Response To The General Register Office For Scotland.
Council of Europe Consultation for the White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue
Response by International Humanist and Ethical Union and UK National Secular Society to the Council’s Questionnaire.
31 May 2007
NUT Faith Schools Working Party
Synopsis of Evidence given by
National Secular Society
on 7 February 2007
The Commission on Integration and Cohesion has asked seven key questions for national organisations. This is our response.
The submission by the NSS to the consultation by the DfES on School Admissions.
Our response to the “Equalities Review, Interim Report for consultation”
Submission on the Interim Report dated 20 March 2006 by the Women and Equality Unit: Getting Equal.
Our response to the consultation on discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation.
NSS expresses deep concerns to the Government about the alienation of the non-religious from the equalities process.