The variety and diversity of the collection is unparalleled. It has been specifically designed to capture religious diversity, which encompasses many minority religious traditions which found new forms in Britain with post-war immigration. This is the only collection in Britain which attempts to capture the range and scope of religious phenomena in all its variety.
Inform’s archive has acted as a unique and detailed resource for academics, researchers, government bodies, and families since Inform was founded in 1988. To the right are some examples of specific items within our archive collection.
We are currently fundraising to have our archives properly catalogued and made more directly accessible to the public.
In the meantime, Inform staff can assist enquirers in finding material relevant to their research. We welcome all who are interested in visiting our archives to get in touch.
We always adhering to strict confidentiality and GDPR guidelines with our archival material. See our Database and Archive Confidentiality Policy for more information.