Monday, 4 April 2011

Sophie in't Veld wins Prize from National Secular Society by Dr Helen Bright

Ms Sophie in't Veld, Member of European Parliament has won the prize from National Secular Society.
Congratulations! Her courageous and progressive work could be inspiration to many in UK Parliament. And we do hear more voices now from MPs being raised against religious privileges and some voices recently in the House of Lords.

Click on the photograph to read more about Ms Sophie in't Veld work and prize.

The prize is funded by Dr Michael Irwin who was erased from General Medical Council register because of his work on voluntary euthanasia. Dr Michael Irwin and I are founding members of Secular Medical Forum.

Ms Sophie in't Veld has been the outspoken critic of the recent ECHR judgement in the case of Lautsi v Italy.

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