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 partnership with the Virtual Staff College, the RSA examines the changing nature of the State
Over a period of three years, the RSA will be working as a learning partner with Wiltshire Council. Our role is to challenge and support the Council and its partners to get the best out of the Campus programme, starting in ...
One of the greatest challenges for any society is how to care for the sick and provide health and wellbeing to its citizens. Join us as we explore what’s coming next, for all of us, in health.
How would the Enlightenment coffeehouse model work in the 21st century? Ahead of the opening of the RSA’s new coffeehouse, arts leader and cultural entrepreneur Graham Henderson FRSA looks at the history of the coffeehouse ...
Andrew Percy FRSA puts Universal Basic Income under the spotlight and examines whether alternative investment might have more impact.
Darren Abrahams shares his journey to co-founding Crisis Classroom - a refugee education social enterprise - and invites you to join along for the ride as the team hit the road, sending trained educators around Europe this ...
Dr Scott K Phillips FRSA (Melbourne, Australia) advocates for taking a lifecourse approach to co-designing healthy bodies, services, places and spaces that support people’s healthy development and transitions.
The RSA Inclusive Growth Commission hosted the last of it’s seven seminars in February, 2017. The roundtable convened voices from central and local government, academia, campaigners, as well as organisations across the housing ...
How can we liberate and harness energy for change in our communities? Reflections from the Health as Social Movement project.
Working with six local authorities from across England, the Transforming Together project sought to understand the key factors that contribute to successful partnerships.
London is growing at a rate that creates new housing challenges, particularly in terms of supply and affordability. Addressing these challenges is fundamental to the overall social and economic success of the city.
Thursday 15th March 2018
Great Room Auditorium, RSA House
Richard Sennett, one of the world's leading thinkers on the urban environment, traces the relationship between how cities are built and how people live in them.
Tuesday 6th March 2018
Great Room Auditorium, RSA House
In his first major speech, the new Secretary of State for Justice, the Rt Hon David Gauke MP, will outline his view on the future of prisons and rehabilitation.
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Wednesday 24th January 2018
Romney Room, RSA House, London
The challenge of maintaining and improving public services in tough times requires creative thinking. TRIZ – an acronym for Theory of Inventive Problem Solving -is trying to tackle this. Join us to learn more, and test it ...
Friday 12th January 2018
Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham
How can public policy improve economic security for ordinary working families? Matthew Taylor chairs an event with policymakers, experts and people who have been affected by economic insecurity.