“Jobs will be weakened”, “Two mistakes to avoid”: the project to reform religious and moral courses is not unanimous


The motion for a resolution carried by the PS-MR-Ecolo majority is far from unanimous.

The motion for a resolution concerning the future of philosophy and citizenship education courses and moral and religious courses is far from unanimous. As a reminder, the text carried by a parliamentary majority PS-MR-Ecolo asks the government of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation to provide two hours of philosophy and citizenship education classes per week instead of one like this. is the case and consider several scenarios for religion and ethics courses, one of which, if adopted, would make non-denominational religion and ethics courses optional.

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