Challenging religious privilege in parliament has caught media attention this week, with the publication of a report by the All-Party Parliamentary Humanist Group
calling for an end to the bishops' bench and parliamentary prayers. News of the report, which is backed by many MPs and peers among our honorary associates, is
helping to spread awareness of the considerable power the Church of England wields in our parliament.
This week, we've been challenging religious privilege in education. We've responded to a consultation opposing Surrey County Council's plans to turn a community
school into a faith school, and countered a piece in The Observer praising a faith school in Stoke Newington for teaching about "cultural diversity and tolerance".
Help us continue to tackle religion's imposition in our state, our education, and our public life. Please join the NSS today. Thank you.