Our work is focused on reducing health inequalities and social isolation by moving to a new social settlement that broadens access, deepens value and raises the quality of our public services.
We want to tackle economic insecurity by ensuring that every household has the foundations for a decent livelihood: a basic income, opportunities to learn new skills, somewhere to call home, and good physical and mental health.
We advocate for inspiring democratic reform to address the inequalities between different regions of the UK, while also emphasising the importance of building sustainable neighbourhoods and reduce the inequalities within local places.
The RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission is a major, two-year independent inquiry, established to look at the food and farming system for the UK, the rural economy and a sustainable and accessible countryside.
Building on the agenda set out in the NHS Five Year Forward View, Health as a Social Movement is a new three year programme, to support social movements in health and care.
In the context of devolution, successful social and economic development strategies, will deploy new powers at the local and city scale. To make plans successful, they must be distinct, connected to the identity of citizens ...
OPSN is answering the need for a truer and more detailed picture of mental health and wellbeing across the UK with the launch of a new platform - OPSN Mental Health - in association with Mind.
Technocratic solutions on their own won’t address the big challenges we face. Is it time to get small ‘p’ political?
The public services team at the RSA has teamed up with Children England to investigate how to build a welfare state fit for children.
Kenny McCarthy explores how farmers in Devon and Dorset are responding to a changing world as part of the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commissions UK tour.
Following his first meeting with the Government's Industrial Strategy Council, Matthew Taylor offers three different types of industrial strategy interventions.
Just 21% of Britons we survey think the country will be better in 2030 than today. think In a series of four essays we map out how a more optimistic future might be secured.
A progress report from the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission
This report describes the findings from a six-month inquiry where we applied the RSA’s model of change “think like a system, act like an entrepreneur” to the challenges of procuring and scaling innovation through government. ...
The RSA and NEF in partnership with NHS England publish a report to develop a community-led health system.