School chaplain program’s $247m budget extension rejected
News

School chaplain program’s $247m budget extension rejected

Source: The Guardian   The Australian Education Union has joined a chorus of secular groups in opposing the Coalition’s...

Paul Karp

10 May 2018

Freethought leaders seek Inquiry into Religious Discrimination
HUMAN RIGHTS

Freethought leaders seek Inquiry into Religious Discrimination

The Australian Human Rights Commission has rejected out of hand a request by multiple freethought groups for an Inquiry...

Meredith Doig

27 March 2018

Candidates in Victorian election reject Special Religious Instruction
News

Candidates in Victorian election reject Special Religious Instruction

ONE area of the political debate that has not received much attention in the Victorian state election campaign so far...

Meredith Doig

23 November 2014

Victorian Govt should not accept tainted money …
Published articles

Victorian Govt should not accept tainted money …

Martin Dixon Minister for Education Victorian Parliament Spring St MELBOURNE 3002.   By email: martin.dixon@parliament.vic.gov.au Copy: Daniel Andrews  ...

Meredith Doig

01 September 2014

High Court upholds Ron Williams Challenge to Chaplaincy Program
SECULAR EDUCATION

High Court upholds Ron Williams Challenge to Chaplaincy Program

Thursday 19 June 2014 The High Court has upheld the second Williams challenge to the constitutionality of the National...

Meredith Doig

19 June 2014

Published articles

Shutting the school gate on God: a teacher’s view

A teacher at a state high school in Victoria relates the problems faced by schools wanting to do the...

Chris Fotinopoulos

19 November 2012

SECULAR EDUCATION

NSCP High Court Decision

The High Court decision on the National School Chaplaincy Program (NSCP) will be a pyrrhic victory for those seeking...

Meredith Doig

23 June 2012

Media releases

Media Release: Dangerous School Chaplains Scheme

5th September 2010 Intervention sought on `dangerous’ school chaplains scheme The Rationalist Society of Australia today called upon...

Ian Robinson

05 September 2010