Atheist Ireland launches “Be Honest to Godless in the Irish Census” Campaign

The Census Campaign is honoured that a similar campaign has begun in Ireland ahead of the Irish Census on 10 April, the message: “Be Honest to Godless in the Irish Census on Sunday 10 April. Think before you tick. And if you’re not religious, please tick the no religion box.”

From the campaign page:

Why is this important?

The Census results are used to predict future demand for State services and other policies. Knowing the true number of nonreligious people strengthens the case for secular schools and hospitals, and for a greater separation of church and state generally.

So be honest to Godless in the Irish Census on Sunday 10 April. Think before you tick. And if you’re not religious, please tick the no religion box.

Please don’t tick a religion you don’t actually practice.
Please don’t tick your childhood religion out of habit.
Please don’t let someone else fill in your answer.
Please don’t write in ‘Atheist’. It’s not a religion.
Please don’t write in anything that’s not a religion.
Please don’t ignore the question. Answer it honestly.
If you’re not religious, please tick the no religion box.

And the non-religious in Ireland may like to Like them on Facebook.

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