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Raj Chetty is awarded the 2024 medal for his work in economics


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ReGeneration Rising


Listen to the latest episode of our regeneration podcast and hear why it's important to engage with, recognise and respect Indigenous wisdom traditions as we seek to reinhabit our world regeneratively.

Social connections


This intervention will convene and support practitioners, places and policymakers in the pursuit of growing social connections supporting mobility and wellbeing through four different areas of work.

Digital badging


Championing digital badging as a recognised learning hallmark for informal learners of all walks of life, especially for the skills needed for a regenerative economy.

Why the UK needs a House of Campaigns


Richard Ellis

Earth Day: why it needs to be every day


Phillip Ward

Why social connectivity matters


Andy Haldane


Discover Circle

Bringing Fellows together in collaboration on their innovations and our mission.

Upcoming events

  • Kirkcaldy meetup

    Fellowship events

    Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy KY1 1ET

    Join us in Kirkcaldy for an opportunity for RSA Fellows to come together in a relaxed and informal setting.

  • A creative vision for economic recovery in Surrey

    Fellowship events

    Phoenix Cultural Centre, Woking GU21 6JT

    As local budgets are squeezed and services cut, join us in Woking to discuss how we can realise the power of the creative economy to local recovery in Surrey.

  • Around the community kitchen table

    Fellowship events

    Bath Spa University - Locksbrook Campus, BA1 3EL

    Bath Community Kitchen (BCK) will share their work using communal meals and cookery workshops to improve wellbeing in and around Bath.

Visiting RSA House

Fellows and the general public can access our Coffee House from the RSA's Durham House Street entrance.

Book a room at RSA House

Historic RSA House combines Georgian splendour with high quality contemporary design and is a versatile space suitable for a variety of events.

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