The Secular Society was founded in May 2012 in order to address the issue of church state overlap in Ireland. The Secular Society is founded on the principle of separation of church and state and respect for those of all faiths.
We stand for non discrimination of all people on the basis of religious grounds. Our aims are for equal separation and respect for state institutions and religious institutions.
Our work comprises of independent investigation into breaches of church state separation and lobbying for increased legislation for the clear protection of all faiths within Ireland. We are independent and conduct all meetings and research with transparency publishing all documents into the public domain. Continuing research topics at the moment are the issue of Labyrinths built on University grounds and the issue of abortion in Ireland. Further topics include the irish patronage of schools and the issue of same sex marriage.
If you wish to get active our support our work then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.