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Supporting the Reuters Institute

Our supporters enable us to maintain our status as a globally-focused organisation, tracking the way the world engages with its news media and inspiring the next generation of newsroom leaders.

If you would like to discuss how you, or your organisation could work in partnership with the Reuters Institute and help create impact through supporting our research, events or Journalism Fellowship programme, contact Kate Hanneford-Smith, Institute Administrator: kate.hanneford-smith@politics.ox.ac.uk

With core funding from:

Thomson Reuters Foundation

Thomson Reuters Foundation

The Thomson Reuters Foundation  is the philanthropic arm of Thomson Reuters, the world’s biggest news and information provider.

It has funded activities at Oxford for over 30 years and since 2006 it has provided core funding to the Reuters Institute.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation leverages the know-how, reach and reputation of Thomson Reuters to run free programmes that promote the highest standards in journalism and spread excellence in the practice of legal pro bono worldwide. It is a source of unbiased thought leadership in areas including slavery and human trafficking, women’s rights and climate and resilience.

 It is uniquely placed to engage businesses, governments, thought leaders and civil society, and forge strategic partnerships to tackle some of the world’s most pressing socio-economic issues.

 

About our funders

We are most grateful for the generous support of all our benefactors from whom we receive grants, donations and in-kind support for our research projects, events, publications, and the Journalism Fellowship Programme.

A selection of our supporters and sponsors are below.  For a full list of current sponsors, please see our latest Annual Report.

Google

Google

Via their Digital News Initiative, Google sponsors our Digital News Project, which builds on the success of the Reuters Institute Digital News Report and tracks the transition of the news industry towards an increasingly digital and multi‐platform future.

Fritt Ord

Fritt Ord

Established in 2013, the Preben Munthe Fellowship for a journalist resident in Norway sponsored by the Fritt Ord Foundation. The Preben Munthe Fellow will spend two terms in Oxford where they join a diverse group of journalists from other parts of the world.

Prime Research

Prime Research

Prime Research have helped support some of the most interesting reports produced. 

BBC Global News support our effort to cover a wide variety of locations around the world. 

BBC Global News

BBC Global News support our effort to cover a wide variety of locations around the world. 

BBC College of Journalism

BBC College of Journalism

The BBC College of Journalism is a great supporter of our work and is always keen to see the next generation of reporters come through.

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Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ

The Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ co-funds our work with the European Journalism Observatory.

Open Society Foundations

Open Society Foundations

The Open Society Foundations support our work on the European Journalism Observatory, with particular focus on the Czech Republic and Poland.

 

Eyewitness Media Hub

Eyewitness Media Hub

Eyewitness Media Hub fund reports from some of the most interesting places in the world.