Inform acts as a unique bridge between academic expertise and practical application.
Can you help to secure Inform’s future?
Since the reduction in support from Government for charities following the financial crisis, Inform has managed to secure a number of projects funded by a variety of organisations but, while these pay for staff time, they do not cover core costs such as rent, insurance and accounting expenses.
Because Inform believes it is important that the information it provides is as balanced and reliable as possible, it has a policy of not knowingly accepting funding from any religious, spiritual or other group about which it may be asked to give a report. It can, however, accept anonymous donations. If you would like Inform’s work to continue and would like to give it some anonymous support, this can be done by clicking on the Donate button on this and other pages.
Promoting the Exploration of Religion and Worldviews in Schools
Click here for a video of Professor Eileen Barker talking about Inform and New Religious Movements
Inform moved in the last week of May 2018 from the London School of Economics to its new office in the Theology and Religious Studies Department at King's College, London.
The most recent Inform Seminar on "Immortality: Beliefs and Practices" took place on 1 February 2020 at Bush House.