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Mid-west Humanists

Mid-West Humanists tell the Minister for Health to keep National Maternity Hospital in State ownership

Today Monday 22 05 2017 the Mid-West Humanists have emailed and also written by registered post to the Minister for Health about why the new National Maternity Hospital in Dublin should be in an organisation that the State owns and can fully control.   We show here the text of our email and letter. ————————————————————– […]

Mid West Humanists’ Submission to Minister for Education and Skills on admission rules to National Schools

On 16 January 2017 the Department of Education sought submissions from interested persons and groups on the role of denominational religion in the school admissions process and possible approaches for making changes. The Mid-West Humanists today 11 March 2017 have sent the following submission to the Department. ——————————————————————————————————————— Mid West Humanists         […]

Mid-West Humanists on Radio LCCR

Mid-West Humanists Limerick City Community Radio (LCCR) The Mid-West Humanists have broadcast their second radio program today Sunday 04 December 2016, at 15:00 in the afternoon – on Education. You can listen to this again on LCCR at on Tuesday 06 December 2016 at 19:00. If you view the LCCR Schedule for Sundays, our […]

World Blasphemy Day 2016

30 September 2016, a Friday, is World Blasphemy Day. The Center for Inquiry of Amherst, N.Y., U.S.A., proposed this annual special day in 2009. It is a day for all people in all parts of the world who value free expression to draw attention to laws that make blasphemy an offence and thus limit your […]

September 2016 Meeting

The Mid-West Humanists meeting on Wednesday 21 September 2016 had a further discussion on abortion law in Ireland (that is, the Constitution, Article 40.3.3, added by the 8th amendment in 1983). All those who attended gave views. There were several different views, all with supporting reasons. As this is a very important matter, the whole […]

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Comment by Stephen Duggan on June 9, 2010 at 3:25pm
@Donal, The referendum was announced in March and got confirmation that the minister is in the process in getting this though along with other issues such as children's rights. It should be formally announced shortly, with the referendum in October. Not bad work having a law active for 3 months before the campaign to have it repealed paying dividends. :)
Comment by Jack Butler on June 9, 2010 at 12:05pm
the calls of Irish citizens for a referendum, unfortunately, will also be ignored.
Comment by Catherine Osborn on March 19, 2010 at 3:58pm
Thanks for taking note of my arrival. Hope to follow some good discussions.
Comment by Donal Fallon on October 3, 2009 at 8:44pm
Seeing as I'm here, I might as well mention that a wonderful friend of mine has organised a very tasteful but very effective postcard to use to campaign for a referendum against the new blasphemous libel law. If any Irish citizen wants a copy of the postcard, PM me and I'll get a copy to you - I'm in the process of printing off loads of them.
Non Irish citizens are perfectly welcome toa card too, but your calls for a referendum on the blasphemous libel law will probably get ignored. :)

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