Charity, Religion and the State: an Uneasy Relationship

12 September 2018 | London | 14.00 – 17.00

This conference explores the tensions in the relationship between religious charities and the State. The emphasis will be on current issues. The presentations will explore: Public benefit and religion; The Catholic adoption case; Faith schools and the admission cap; and Limits on the Court and Charity Commission looking at religious doctrine when deciding charitable status.

For further information and to book a place, please visit the Law & Justice journal website.  

Law & Justice is a peer reviewed journal published by the Edmund Plowden Trust for the purpose of assisting and promoting the study and understanding of the law of this country (UK) and its legal systems in themselves and by comparing them with the laws and systems of other countries and by considering them in the light of Christian sources such as The Declaration of Religious Freedom (of the Second Vatican Council), International Law, Canon Law and the Law of Nature.