UMSS Q&A – School Chaplaincy

What problems does school chaplaincy pose for our secular public education system?

Recently, Kevin Rudd announced a $42.8 million extension of the National School Chaplaincy program, which was controversially introduced by John Howard in 2007.

UMSS is delighted to announce that former Senator and former leader of the Australian Democrats, Lyn Allison, will be joining us for our first ever ‘Q&A’ – the Secular Society’s new weekly group discussion event!

Monday 8th March
Room 120 Sydney Myer Asia Centre

RSVP and invite friends to attend via our Facebook event.

Students are invited to be as active or passive in the group discussion as they wish. Also feel free to bring your lunch along to the event.

Lyn Allison currently serves on the committee of the Rationalist Society of Australia and Dying With Dignity Victoria. She will also be speaking on a women’s panel at the upcoming 2010 Global Atheist Convention.


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