Decision of the Charity Commission on Druid Network.
Decision made by the Charity Commission on 21 September 2010.
The commission considered an application from the Druid Network for registration as a charity. The commission was satisfied that Druidry is a religion in charity law and provides public benefit. It concluded that the organisation could be registered as a charity.
This decision is significant because the commission had to consider the definition of a religion both in charity law and human rights law.