We are renowned for our multi-sector conferences, panel discussions and residential retreats that engage people of all ages, backgrounds and perspectives in candid conversations, on issues that affect us all.
Since 1947, we have been breaking down 'silo thinking' and building networks with the power to make a difference. We promote thought leadership, collaboration and fresh ideas that support our vision of more peaceful, open and inclusive societies.
Our founder Amy Buller, the pioneering author of Darkness over Germany, envisioned a place where people would 'examine the fundamental assumptions' behind complex challenges facing society, and that remains at the heart of what we do. You can find out more about our distinctive ethos and way of working here.
We approach social cohesion from the perspectives of culture and intercultural relations, equality of opportunity and economic justice, pluralism and respect for worldviews, trust and shared values, and democracy and citizenship.
We commission rigorous, interdisciplinary research to guide our conversations, and refine key themes of discussion into practical, policy-focused recommendations. Our conference briefings, reports and extensive digital resources can be found here.
In 2016, we made this short video to explain more about our work:
Nurturing future thought leaders
We actively involve young people in all aspects of our work and provide a wide range of opportunities for young people and students of all ages, to nurture their potential as future thought leaders and change makers.
These programmes include our fellowships for PhD students, and conferences and retreats for international students from all over the world. You can find out more about this work in the 'What we Do' section of this website.
We also offer a range of cultural and educational events for our neighbours and the wider community, including guided tours, literary events, reflective retreats, garden parties, exhibitions and public lectures.
Find out about all our forthcoming public events at Cumberland Lodge here.
Cumberland Lodge is a registered charity, based in a 17th-century, former royal residence in the heart of Windsor Great Park. Our charitable mission is supported by the hundreds of individuals and organisations who book our stunning facilities for conferences, meetings, awaydays, training courses and special events, and by the generosity of our donors and partner organisations.
Find out more about how you could support us here. Copies of our recent Impact Reports, from the last five years, can be found here.