Partners

Religion News Foundation champions journalistic integrity and maintains high ethical standards at all times. We work with foundations, NGOs and companies that share our mission and respect our editorial independence.

Current and past funding partners include Lilly Endowment Inc., Google Inc., U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, El-Hibri Foundation, British Council, Arcus Foundation, International Shinto Foundation, Kalliopeia Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Ford Foundation and Henry Luce Foundation.

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Through a generous grant from the U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Human Rights and Democracy Programme, RNF assembled 15 journalists, editors and media professionals from across Myanmar for four days of intensive training on religious freedom and conflict reporting in 2014.

RNF collaborates with the Newseum Institutethe Center on Religion & the Professionsthe Missouri School of Journalism, KAICIID, Interfaith Kosovothe International Center for Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Westminster Faith DebatesLancaster University, Oxford University, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, and many other groups around the world. We are also a member of the London-based Ethical Journalism Network.

Moderator Katrina Lantos Sweet and panelists (left to right) Sarah Cook, Geraldine Fagan, Johannes Langkilde, Ebtihal Mubarak and Pir Zubair Shah at “Journalism Between Red Lines: Covering Religion and Religious Freedom in a World of Conflict,” on April 9, 2014 in Washington, D.C. The event was co-sponsored by the Newseum and Religion News Service. RNS photo by Adelle M. Banks

Moderator Katrina Lantos Sweet and panelists (left to right) Sarah Cook, Geraldine Fagan, Johannes Langkilde, Ebtihal Mubarak and Pir Zubair Shah at “Journalism Between Red Lines: Covering Religion and Religious Freedom in a World of Conflict,” on April 9, 2014 in Washington, D.C. The event was co-sponsored by the Newseum and Religion News Foundation.

If you are interested in supporting our work or discussing ways we can work together, please email RNF’s director of global strategy Brian Pellot. RNF does not accept grants or donations from religious entities.

For examples of the reporting made possible by some of our collaborations, click on the banners below.

FCO series

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El Hibri series

Arcus series