Media pack and accreditation

Welcome

Media accreditation for the Lambeth Conference is now open for the Lambeth Conference.

A media centre will be open throughout the conference. The media centre will be open daily - apart from days where activities are happening off-site, or on the London Day of the programme.

Media Briefings and Conferences

A regular schedule of morning press briefings and daily press conferences will operate during the event.

Virtual Coverage

Some parts of the Lambeth Conference will be live-streamed. Media briefings and conferences will be available to accredited media as far as possible.

Press passes

Press passes will provide access to key parts of the conference programme. Some of the bishops’ conversations may not be accessible (for example the retreat).

Who is media accreditation for?

Media accreditation is for media professionals (print, photo, radio, television, film, news agencies and online media) who represent an official media organisation.

Accreditation is granted on proof of a track record of reporting for media organisations. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Lambeth Conference reserves the right to deny or withdraw accreditation of journalists from media organisations whose activities run counter to the principles of the conference.

Get the Media Pack

The official Media Pack for The Lambeth Conference

Media pack and accreditation

Welcome

Media accreditation for the Lambeth Conference is now open for the Lambeth Conference.

A media centre will be open throughout the conference. The media centre will be open daily - apart from days where activities are happening off-site, or on the London Day of the programme.

Media Briefings and Conferences

A regular schedule of morning press briefings and daily press conferences will operate during the event.

Virtual Coverage

Some parts of the Lambeth Conference will be live-streamed. Media briefings and conferences will be available to accredited media as far as possible.

Press passes

Press passes will provide access to key parts of the conference programme. Some of the bishops’ conversations may not be accessible (for example the retreat).

Who is media accreditation for?

Media accreditation is for media professionals (print, photo, radio, television, film, news agencies and online media) who represent an official media organisation.

Accreditation is granted on proof of a track record of reporting for media organisations. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Lambeth Conference reserves the right to deny or withdraw accreditation of journalists from media organisations whose activities run counter to the principles of the conference.

Get the Media Pack

The official Media Pack for The Lambeth Conference