Challenging Religious Privilege
Join our campaign for an inclusive and secular education system.
We campaign for the law and the administration of justice to be based on equality, respect for human rights, and on objective evidence.
Public services that are intended for the whole community, especially those funded by public money, should be provided in a secular context.
We campaign on a wide range of topics where religious privilege impacts public life. Including:
For over 150 years we have campaigned for disestablishment, the separation of the C of E and state.
Posted: Thu, 04 Nov 2021
Over £750m public money has been given to the CofE over the past five years despite its own investments topping £10bn.
Posted: Tue, 26 Oct 2021
Anglican bishops in the House of Lords have united to oppose a bill to allow the choice of assisted dying for terminally ill people.
Posted: Fri, 25 Jun 2021
The practice of reserving seats for 26 C of E bishops in the House of Lords is an "absurd constitutional anomaly", a peer has argued.
Posted: Tue, 25 May 2021
A majority of Britons think being a Christian is "not at all important" for national identity, a survey has found.
Posted: Tue, 23 Mar 2021
A majority of the British public thinks the House of Lords should stop reserving places for C of E bishops, a YouGov poll has found.
Evangelical activists' insistence that equality amounts to discrimination is a narcissistic approach to human rights, argues Stephen Evans.
Posted: Fri, 17 Dec 2021
A challenge to Ireland's religious presidential oath should be supported – and prompt questions across the Irish Sea, says Chris Sloggett.
Posted: Fri, 13 Aug 2021
A coroner's report has laid bare the Church of England's cruel and scandalous handling of the case of Alan Griffin, who killed himself following unfounded accusations of child exploitation, says Keith...
Posted: Wed, 28 Jul 2021
The furore over John Sentamu not being handed a life peerage reveals an ugly culture of entitlement that has not served church or state well, argues Richard Scorer.
Posted: Tue, 20 Oct 2020
As figures show most people in Britain never pray, Megan Manson says institutionalised prayer has no place in our parliament, councils, schools or public ceremonies.
Posted: Tue, 03 Mar 2020