It's not possible, and you'll unlikely see atheism as part of that issue, which will instead be an issue between the varying religions under the umbrella of those policies. And since, neither side will ever give in to the other side, there will always be conflict, that is why the policies MUST be made under secular conditions, never giving any one side any effects that will have precedence over any other side. Atheism can easily fall within these parameters. That will never happen, the only way all sides have protections and rights is if they all live in a secular society, with state and church being separated. Unfortunately, many believers want to have their rights and protections but don't want to allow others to have the same rights and protections. Homosexuals, for example. So, if the believers don't want others to have rights, then we should remove their rights. Fair is fair. No, I don't think so, far from it. Atheism is simply getting a whole lot more attention lately due to the internet. Millions are losing their religion as a result, hence the rest of the believers are up in arms, as usual, using every propaganda tactic they can muster to put atheism in a bad light.