The number of people working for themselves has reached a record high. Yet there is still much that we do not know about them. Our aim is to plug this gap in thinking and explore the reasons why greater numbers are turning ...
We examine the reasons for the increase in self-employment and what this growing community means for all of us.
We explore how the millions of people who have pension savings would like the financial system of UK pensions to operate.
Since 1754 the RSA has run open prize challenges called 'Premiums' to tackle social and economic problems. The topics vary but the underlying insight remains the same: by harnessing the creative power of many diverse minds, ...
The number of technological accomplishments grows by the day. But what do these developments mean for workers?
Manufacturers, academics and policy makers recently joined us and FRSAs Patrick Grant and Francesca Froy to discuss the role of making in communities. Here are five takeaways from the discussion in Manchester.
With the launch of its Good Work Plan, the government has renewed its commitment to a flexible labour market. Rising wages and record low unemployment suggest they are right to do so.
Matthew Taylor on the Government's response to the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices.
A progress report from the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission
Benedict Dellot and Fabian Wallace-Stephens introduce the Future Work Centre with a glimpse into what the world of work might look like in the future
The final report of the Measuring Job Quality Working Group with Carnegie UK Trust
Charlie Young explores how we can test a Universal Basic Income in the UK and other contexts.
Wednesday 6th February 2019 at 18:00
The Great Room, RSA House
Innovation pioneer Charlie Leadbeater talks to winners of the 2019 Future Work Awards, a brand-new showcase for creative and inspiring models of work from around the world.
Tuesday 15th January 2019
The Great Room, RSA House
What’s gone wrong with our workplace culture? Dan Lyons explores how we can put people back at the centre of our working practices.
Monday 19th November 2018
Great Room Auditorium, RSA House
Ted Howard, community wealth building visionary, shows how we might dramatically expand the vision and reality of democratic political economy.
- Fellow Event
Wednesday 14th November 2018
Online / Zoom
The circular economy is seen as one route to sustainable development and the improvement of livelihoods in the Global South. In this interactive online event, we'll explore what lessons we can learn from circular activities ...