The Communications team at the Anglican Communion Office provides a range of materials for the media. This includes press releases and video footage.
It runs the communications at events such as the meetings of the Anglican Consultative Council, Primates' Meetings and the Lambeth Conference. It also organises media accreditation for these events.
The team handles media bids for interviews with the General Secretary, Dr Idowu-Fearon and other senior members of staff at the Anglican Communion Office. Bids for the Archbishop of Canterbury are handled by the Lambeth Palace Communications Director.
|5 December 2019||Anglican Communion appoints international anti-gender-based violence campaigner|
|17 June 2019||Archbishop of Canterbury praises role of religious communities in the Anglican Communion|
|17 May 2019||Former Archbishop of the Indian Ocean appointed Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome|
|28 March 2019||Agenda published for Anglican Consultative Council (ACC-17) meeting in Hong Kong|
|20 February 2019||Operational Notice: Seventeenth meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC-17)|
|29 November 2018||Dates confirmed for 2020 Lambeth Conference gathering of Anglican bishops|
|18 June 2018||Allchurches Trust announce £750,000 bursary grant for Lambeth Conference|
The Communications Team handles media accreditation for signifcant Anglican Communion events. Details of how to obtain accreditation for the Primates Meeting and Lambeth Conference in 2020 will be here in late 2019.
Details of how to access edited videos and raw footage will be available here soon.
The Anglican Communion Office has access to a range of experts in fields as diverse as women and gender; work at the United Nations; ecumenism; inter-faith relations; reconciliation and peace building; migration and people trafficking; theological education and the environment.
Official media representatives wishing to interview the Secretary General or other members of the secretariat should contact the Anglican Communion Communications team in the first instance.