The Education Bill was debated in the House of Lords yesterday, and humanist peers argued for abolishing English state schools’ requirement to hold a daily act of collective worship of a broadly Christian character, and for ending the ability of
The people of Missouri deserve better. Not only has the state’s legislature passed a measure that could open the door to government-promoted religion – it plans to deliberately mislead Missourians about it.
Today sees the publication of the report, Religion and belief in higher education: the experiences of staff and students, authored by the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU), the body working to promote equality and diversity in higher education.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a complaint on behalf of its North Carolina members about a fire-and-brimstone commencement speech by a Baptist preacher to the nine graduating seniors and the audience June 4 at Nantahala High School