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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

A New Dawn

13 Jun 2013
Simon Lewis is an author and film producer.

A New Future for Nature

06 Jun 2013
George Monbiot, journalist, environmentalist and author of Feral: searching for enchantment on the frontiers of rewilding (Allen Lane, 2013)

Business is Personal: Putting people and planet before profit

05 Jun 2013
Chad Dickerson, CEO of Etsy.

How to learn anything… fast

04 Jun 2013
Josh Kaufman, business adviser, learning expert and author of The First 20 Hours: How to Learn Anything… Fast.

How Cooking Can Change Your Life

30 May 2013
Michael Pollan is a food activist, and author.

Robert Kegan

Thoughts on the ‘Self-Transforming’ Mind

23 May 2013
Robert Kegan, Meehan Professor of Adult Learning and Professional Development at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education

Close up of Mark Blyth

The Austerity Delusion

23 May 2013
Professor Mark Blyth is a faculty fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies.

The Body Economic

22 May 2013
David Stuckler, university lecturer in Sociology at Cambridge University and author of The Body Economic: Why Austerity Kills

Time Reborn: a new theory of time - a new view of the world

21 May 2013
Professor Lee Smolin, researcher, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and adjunct professor of Physics , University of Waterloo

John Ashton

Lifting the Lid on the Politics of Climate Change

16 May 2013
John Ashton CBE, founding director, E3G


16 May 2013
Jay Griffiths, author of 'Wild: an elemental journey' and 'Kith: the riddle of the childscape'.

Are Diverse Communities Possible?

13 May 2013
Zachary Neal is assistant professor of Sociology and Global Urban Studies

A Bit of Give

09 May 2013
Adam Grant is Professor of Management at Wharton University.

Baroness Grey-Thompson

London 2012: Have we inspired a generation?

08 May 2013
Baroness Grey-Thompson, Steve Moffitt, Matilda Neil, Matthew Taylor, hosted by Jonathan Edwards CBE

Vince Cable

Making at Home, Owning Abroad

03 May 2013
Dr Finbarr Livesey, Rt Hon Vince Cable MP, & Julie Madigan discuss the findings of a new RSA/Lloyds Banking Group

Winning Without Losing

02 May 2013
Martin Bjergegaard, entrepreneur, co-founder of Rainmaking, and author of Winning Without Losing

Nate Silver

The Signal and The Noise

01 May 2013
Nate Silver, statistician and political forecaster at The New York Times.

Anyone Can Change the World

25 Apr 2013
Jody Williams, Nobel Laureate, co-founder and campaign ambassador for the International Campaign to Ban Landmines

The New World of Working Women: A divided sisterhood?

25 Apr 2013
Alison Wolf CBE, Sir Roy Griffiths professor of public sector management, King's College London

Big Lunch panel Tim Smit

Where Does the Responsibility for Community Lie?

18 Apr 2013
Tim Smit, is CEO of The Eden Project, and joins an expert panel to ask whether initiatives such as The Big Lunch can provide the social capital boost Britain needs?

Linda Yueh

China: The birth of a new superpower?

18 Apr 2013
Dr. Linda Yueh is the BBC’s chief business correspondent, director of the China Growth Centre and fellow in economics at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford.

Professor Bruce Hood

The Self Illusion: The brain's greatest con trick?

11 Apr 2013
Professor Bruce Hood is director of the Bristol Cognitive Development Centre.


Redesigning the Future

11 Apr 2013
Nat Hunter, Jonathan Chapman, Rich Gilbert, and Mark Shayler discuss sustainable manufacturing on the RSA/Tindale panel

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