RNW

ANBI status

RNW Media's ANBI status gives its donors access to tax exemptions or reductions.
RNW Media has been recognised as a Public Benefit Organisation (ANBI, Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling) by the Dutch Tax Administration. Natural and legal persons making donations to an organisation with ANBI status may deduct their gifts from their Dutch income tax or corporate income tax. The status requires RNW to publish certain data on its website.

An ANBI does not have to pay inheritance tax or gift tax on inheritances or gifts it receives for purposes of general benefit.

You can read more about ANBI here

RNW Media is a foundation set up as Radio Nederland Wereldomroep on 15 April 1947
RSIN or fiscal number: 001940612
Commercial Register number: 32022621
 

Contact details:

RNW Media | Radio Netherlands Worldwide | Radio Nederland Wereldomroep
Witte Kruislaan 55a
1217 AM Hilversum

T: +31 (0) 35 672 42 11 (general)
E: [email protected]


Objectives of the organisation - Mission

We connect communities and change-makers through innovative use of media and training to enable young people to make informed choices. We are an NGO using media for social change.
 

Policy in brief

RNW Media is active in China and 17 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Arab world where freedom of expression is severely restricted. In these countries RNW provides information that is unavailable for legal reasons or because of taboos.

RNW Media works with people aged 15 to 30. If you want to change society, young people are the ones who make a difference. But to shape a better future, they need information. So we help them get access to independent journalism and media. Drawing on local expertise to co-create content, we build and connect communities.

In its Long-Term Policy Plan 2013-2017, RNW Media sets out its policy objectives, targets and strategy in detail.


Annual report
Every year, RNW Media publishes its Annual Report on its website. You can read the latest Annual Report as well as the previous five Annual Reports here.

The RNW Media Annual Reports include an overview of activities as well as information about RNW Media’s financial accountability.


Remuneration policy

  • Management

Jacqueline Lampe, CEO, is in charge of managing RNW Media.

Management is paid in accordance with the collective labour agreement (CAO) for public broadcasting personnel. Their salaries are below that of a director-general in government service (the ‘DG norm’).

  • Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board oversees the policy of the Board of Directors and the general running of RNW Media. The members of the Supervisory Board are Theo Huibers (Chair), Anna Chojnacka, Nicole Kuppens, Sander ’t Sas and one vacancy.

The members of the board do not receive a salary. The members may receive an allowance for expenses and a fee. All payments made to the Supervisory Board must be reported in the annual statement of accounts.

  • Advisory Board

The Advisory Board advises the Supervisory Board and the Management Board on policy matters and functions as a sounding board on RNW Media activities. Current members are Michiel Buitelaar, Brechtje van de Moosdijk, Paulien Kreutzer

The members of the Advisory Board do not receive a salary. The members may receive an allowance for expenses and a fee.

  • Staff
On 31 December 2015, RNW Media had 102 employees – 44 men and 58 women – divided over 93 FTEs. The work of approximately three-quarters of the personnel is devoted to primary processes (content production, distribution and marketing).
 
RNW Media are paid in accordance with the collective labour agreement (CAO) for public broadcasting personnel. No salary is higher than that of a director-general in government service (the ‘DG norm’).

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