What is a Rehabilitation Culture and How Can We Make One?
Leading criminologist Shadd Maruna asks if we can make a decisive shift to a much more pervasive rehabilitation ethos that extends to entire institutions, services and communities?Monday 24 March, 6pm
The Contradictions of Capitalism
David Harvey, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the City University of New York Graduate School, unravels the paradoxes at the heart of capitalism and offers a manifesto for a new way forward.Wednesday 9 April, 6pm
Making the Connection: Local Post Offices as Community Enterprise Hubs
A new report exploring how Post Office branches can become more socially entrepreneurial, supported by Post Office Ltd.Find out more
Managing Demand: Building Future Public Services
Our latest report builds the case for demand management in public services, developed in partnership with the LGA, ESRC, iMPOWER and Collaborate.Find out more
Latest RSA Journal out now
The latest issue of the RSA Journal looks at a wide range of subjects including: the economy, policy-making, neuroscience, social justice, philosophy, employment and desire.Read the Journal
Latest RSA Animate on re-imagining work
Dave Coplin, Chief Envisioning Officer at Microsoft, imagines what might be possible if more organisations embraced the full, empowering potential of technology and encouraged a truly open, collaborative and flexible working culture.Watch it now
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Alain de Botton is a writer and the founder of the School of Life.
Dr Philip Roscoe is reader in management, University of St Andrews.
Sir Lawrence Freedman is professor of War Studies, King's College London
RSA Action and Research Centre puts enlightened thinking to work in practical ways
Anthony Hilton discusses how the pension deficits have gone from one of the best occupational pension schemes in the world to one that resembles ...More about ARC
Academic philosopher and author Simon Blackburn explores the history of self-regard from Narcissus to "the selfie", and asks - is self-love to be deplored or is it a healthy and necessary part of life?