As you may know Atheist Ireland will be having it’s first AGM this Saturday (11th July). I’ll be attending, it promises to be an busy but enjoyable meeting, I hope to see a decent turnout from the Mid-west.
The meeting is open to members and non-members so even if you haven’t signed up yet you can still attend. Speaking of signing up you can do so here.
Below is a description of the agenda of the meeting from AI’s Facebook page.
We will be planning the next stage in our campaign against the Irish blasphemy bill, which is likely to be passed in the Dail this Wednesday.
We will also be planning campaigns for a secular Constitution generally, an a secular education system, plus a campaign under the auspices or Atheist ireland encouraging people to read the Bible.
Members of the public are welcome to attend, so please feel free to bring a friend or two who might be interested in finding out more about our work.
Afterwards we will be going to the Market Bar in Fade Street for some food and socialising.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, and to working together for an ethical an secular Ireland free from superstition and supernaturalism.
The meeting takes place at 14.00 in Wynn’s Hotel in Abbey St, Dublin. More info can be found here.