Religious lobbyists commonly use terms like 'religious freedom' to demand privileges. But this conference will show that genuine religious freedom involves freedom of belief for
people of all religions and none. It will also explore the limits of religious freedom when it impedes on other human rights, including bodily autonomy,
equality and freedom of expression.
Please note: in last week's Newsline we said tickets to Secularism 2019 would cost "£50, or just £25 for non-members". This was of course an error -
the price is £50 for non-members and £25 for members. Apologies for the confusion.