Welcome to the Media Centre
Welcome to the Ekklesia Media Centre which includes:
- Ekklesia's press releases
- Regular comment on contemporary issues
- Previous comment on specific policy areas
- Archives of where we have been referenced or quoted in press, television, blogs, radio and web sites. If you are a journalist, writer, broadcaster, commentator (or researcher) looking for a religious comment, briefing or perspective on issues related to religion, then you have come to the right place. Ekklesia is an independent think-tank which generates interesting new angles in often previously polarised debates. It offers:
- An extensive network of associates and contacts who can give expert advice and public comment in most areas of public policy including: church and religious issues, ethics, culture, politics, education, peacemaking, foreign policy, ecology, religious liberty, global poverty, economy, immigration, asylum, human rights, free speech, the family, sexuality and criminal justice.
- ISDN facilities for immediate broadcast quality interviews and comment.
- A daily news syndication and briefing service that distributes news right around the world.
- Global recognition. In recent months Ekklesia has been featured or quoted in The Economist, Newsweek, The Times Educational Supplement, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, the Washington Times, La Prensa, Heti Vilaggazdasag, Business Spotlight, BBC TV, Radios 2 and 4, ITV, Channel 4, Sky News and many other well-regarded local and global sources - print, broadcast and online.
If you would like to receive our daily news briefing which contains a summary of our religious news stories or be added to our press release mailing list click here If you would like someone to comment on a religious issue or from a religious perspective then please call the Ekklesia Press Office on (+44) 020 7836 3930, and we will do our best to put you in touch quickly with a relevant person. You can follow Ekklesia's comments on Twitter here You can also get Ekklesia's news on your web site or desktop computer through our news briefing syndication service.
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