Leslie Alfin FRSA, is the founder of Practivate, an organisation dedicated to supporting young adults at risk in the community. Read about about her work and find out how you can connect with Leslie.
Read about the recent developments within the RSA’s strategic review.
This project highlights the main shifts in craft industry, points out the key trends for the next several years and proposes business strategies for the craft-makers, who want to keep abreast with the changing times.
Andrea is an international garden photographer and Scotland-based Fellow and has been with the RSA for over 15 years.
The RSA will be launching a new website in January 2015 which will enable Fellows to better connect with each other. Find out more here.
Jo Taylor is co-founder of Wall Display, a free platform designed to help teachers share the inspirational work and resources produced by their students with the world. Jo is looking for educators who would be interested in contributing to and using the platform, so that their student’s work can be broadcast to a broader audience; and other Fellows who might be interested in helping to develop this resource.
On Wednesday 24 September, The RSA welcomed over 100 new Fellows as part of the new Centenary Young Fellows scheme. Read about the projects pitched during the evening and find out how to get involved.
Roger Thompson is the first and only foreign national to have taught civics in a South Korean university. He specialises in the philosophy of President John F Kennedy, and is passionate about the role that civic education should play in the world today. As an RSA Connector he is keen to connect with other Fellows around the globe.
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