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Consultation Responses

A significant part of our output, which often receives less attention, is our submissions to Government or international bodies' consultations. A selection of these submissions can be found below.

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School Admissions Consultation 2006: NSS Submission
Fri, 01 Dec 2006

The submission by the NSS to the consultation by the DfES on School Admissions.

NSS Response to Equalities Review: Interim Report
Mon, 05 Jun 2006

Our response to the “Equalities Review, Interim Report for consultation”

EqlRvwIntRpt (PDF, 75 Kb)
Submission on the Interim Report: Getting Equal
Mon, 05 Jun 2006

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.

EqlActSxlOrnt (PDF, 87 Kb)
Equalities Review Call for Evidence
Fri, 25 Nov 2005

NSS expresses deep concerns to the Government about the alienation of the non-religious from the equalities process.

Submission on Religious Broadcasting
Thu, 20 Oct 2005

Submission on Religious Broadcasting to the BBC Charter Review Committee of the House of Lords from the National Secular Society

A Response by the National Secular Society to the School Admissions Code of Practice Draft 2005
Tue, 18 Oct 2005

The National Secular Society (NSS) does not consider that the state should be subsidising religious schools with taxpayers' money, and has been opposing this since it was founded in 1866.

Consultation Response to the Office of National Statistics
Fri, 12 Aug 2005

Our consultaion response to the Office of National Statistics concerning the question on religion in the 2011 census.

Mon, 06 Jun 2005

The Submission concentrates on religious and belief aspects of the Bill and how it impacts or should impact the Society and organisations promoting non-religious life stances.

Wed, 25 May 2005

The BBC's charter expires on 31 December 2006. This is our response to its renewal.

Thu, 12 May 2005

A letter to the Chairman of the BBC, Michael Grade, about the quantity of religious broadcasting.

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