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What is Power?

07 Nov 2013
Stein Ringen is emeritus professor of Sociology and Social Policy at Oxford University.

RSA / Arts Council England Event - A Grand Partnership

05 Nov 2013
Sir Peter Bazalgette is chair of Arts Council England.

The RSA / FSC Event - Reaching into the Outside

05 Nov 2013
The Field Studies Council is a pioneering charity which was founded at the Natural History Museum in 1943

The Curve

31 Oct 2013
Nicholas Lovell is author, consultant and founder of GAMESbrief.

The Era of Behaviour

31 Oct 2013
Dov Seidman is founder and CEO of LRN.

The Metropolitan Revolution

30 Oct 2013
Bruce J Katz is a vice president at the Brookings Institution

Defra and Civil Society

29 Oct 2013
Owen Paterson MP is the Environment Secretary

City Growth

28 Oct 2013
City Growth panel event.

Do Rich People Just Care Less?

28 Oct 2013
Daniel Goleman is the hugely influential sociologist and author of the landmark work 'Emotional Intelligence'.

No Power Without Accountability

24 Oct 2013
Billy Bragg is an acclaimed songwriter, activist and campaigner.

Does the British Establishment still exist?

24 Oct 2013
Peter Hennessy is one of the UK’s leading contemporary historians.

Tackling Homelessness – The Road to Emmaus

22 Oct 2013
Selwyn Image CBE JP is founder and vice president, Emmaus UK.

Health, Wealth and the Origins of Inequality

17 Oct 2013
Angus Deaton is Dwight D. Eisenhower professor of Economics and International Affairs

What Should We Tell Our Daughters?

17 Oct 2013
Melissa Benn is a writer, journalist and campaigner.

RSA Commencement - Cheryl Strayed

16 Oct 2013
Cheryl Strayed is the best-selling author of 'Wild' and 'Tiny Beautiful Things'.

Beyond Belief: Taking Spirituality Seriously

16 Oct 2013
Speakers include Madeleine Bunting, Robert Rowland Smith, Elizabeth Oldfield and Jonathan Rowson.

Mass Flourishing

14 Oct 2013
Edmund Phelps was the 2006 Nobel Prize winner in Economics.

Can Big Business Fix the World?

10 Oct 2013
Jon Miller and Lucy Parker visit the RSA to present a new framework of how and where big business can contribute.

RSA Chairman’s Annual Lecture

09 Oct 2013
Vikki Heywood CBE is the RSA Chairman.

Are Service Users The Key To Systems Change?

07 Oct 2013
Dr Charlie Alcock is a clinical psychologist and the founder of MAC-UK.

How to Tame your Mind

03 Oct 2013
Ruby Wax is a comedian, writer and mental health campaigner.

The App Generation: identity, intimacy and imagination in the digital era

02 Oct 2013
Howard Gardner is Hobbs professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education

Making 'Social' a Superpower in the Classroom

26 Sep 2013
Matthew Lieberman is Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences.

RSA President's Lecture: Making the Future

19 Sep 2013
Julie Madigan, Alice Taylor, Bas van Abel, Dr Laura James and Matthew Taylor.

From flawed to fool-proof: how to do policy better

19 Sep 2013
Anthony King, millennium professor of Government at the University of Essex; and Sir Ivor Crewe, master of University College, Oxford.

Crowdfunding - where next, how far, and what are the limits?

16 Sep 2013
Baroness Susan Kramer, Ed Whiting, Julie Meyer, Bobbie Johnson and Matthew Taylor.

Syria's Crisis and the Global Response

12 Sep 2013
Professor Michael Clarke, Alison Baily, Dr Patricia Lewis, and Matthew Taylor gathered to reflect on the Syria crisis and the global response.

The Capitalist's Dilemma

09 Sep 2013
Clayton M. Christensen is Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and author of "The Innovator's Dilemma".

Where Can Technology Take Us

10 Jul 2013
Alasdair Blackwell,Tom Chatfield, Debbie Forster and Matthew Taylor explore the transformative technologies that have the potential to offer us a radically new future.

Danny Dorling with presentation slide of maps behind him

Does Population Matter?

10 Jul 2013
Danny Dorling is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Sheffield.

How to Help Every Child Fulfil Their Potential

08 Jul 2013
Professor Carol S. Dweck is widely regarded as one of the world's leading researchers in the fields of personality, social psychology and developmental psychology.

The Power of Vulnerability

04 Jul 2013
Dr Brené Brown, a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work

NHS at 65: rejuvenate or retire?

02 Jul 2013
The RSA and the Nuffield Trust bring together panel of influential thinkers from the health sector and beyond

Sir Ken Robinson

How to Change Education - from the ground up

01 Jul 2013
Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned educationalist.

Leading Change

27 Jun 2013
Richard Gerver is a leadership adviser and educator

Digital divide panel

The Digital Divide

26 Jun 2013
Our expert panel discussed the growing use of digital money.

Risk, chance and choice: a guide to life’s uncertainties

20 Jun 2013
Michael Blastland, author, journalist, and BBC Radio 4 broadcaster and David Speigelhalter OBE, winton professor of the Public Understanding of Risk, University of Cambridge.

Tax, trade and transparency: the G8 agenda

20 Jun 2013
A distinguished panel, including economist Paul Collier, Andrew Mitchell MP and Andrew Sentance CBE share key insights and analysis on the G8 agenda.

Redesigning Education: Shaping Learning Systems around the Globe

18 Jun 2013
The Global Education Leaders' Programme panel.

Stephen Twigg

No School Left Behind

17 Jun 2013
Shadow Education Secretary for the Labour party

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