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July Event: Non-Religious Teachers in Religious Schools

Dr Catherine Stapleton is a lecturer in Education in MIC, St. Patrick's Campus, Thurles. She teaches modules on Diversity and Inclusion. Her current research is focused on human rights and religious inclusion in the context of increasingly belief-diverse societies. Her research projects are funded by the Irish Research Council, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission and SCoTENS. She is the co-author of the report on non-religious teachers in schools with a religious ethos.

A link to the jointly published research paper can be found here.

When: Wednesday, 20th July, 2022 at 19:30
Where: Virtually, via Zoom.  The link to the meeting is as follows:


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