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.
The National Secular Society is an organisation whose purpose is to work for the secularisation of the UK and the EU so that people of all faiths and none are treated equally.
Joint Declaration of the National Secular Society (United Kingdom) and of Libre Pensée (France) Paris June 4 2003.
Paper by The NATIONAL Secular Society for the joint select commitee on House of Lords reform.
Letter to Education and Lifelong learning Scrutiny Committee 22 April 2003
We were dismayed to see the announcement on 10 April in the Guardian that Ofcom has appointed Jonathan Edwards as England's representative on its content board.
The National Secular Society is extremely concerned about, and oppose, the proposal to halve to one month the period of time available for objections/representations to school reorganisations.
Welfare Strategy for Great Britain: Consultation response.
Statement on religious references in EU constitution by National Secular Society's executive director 26 February 2003.
Open letter to delegates to the Convention on the Future of Europe 24 February 2003.
The Scottish Executive is to be congratulated upon opening up the question of religious observance in schools to public debate.