The future of our public services and the role they play in supporting a society where citizens, businesses and governments work together is a crucial debate.
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.
The Mental Wellbeing and Social Inclusion programme is a longitudinal project that seeks to i) understand how community and social connections affect people’s well-being; ii) develop best practice around using local data ...
Social and economic inequality manifests in modern Britain in many ways yet it is often in terms of health outcomes that it is most obvious.
Millennials don’t support higher taxes. But they do support universal approaches to welfare. Anthony Painter explains how generational inequalities explain this paradox.
Food, Farming and Countryside Commissioner, Dr David Pencheon, outlines how a Nottinghamshire NHS Trust simultaneously improved health and well-being, reduced financial and environmental cost, and enhanced reputation.
The public services team at the RSA has teamed up with Children England to investigate how to build a welfare state fit for children.
In our engagement during the course of 2018 we have identified inequality, isolation, intolerance, disempowerment and climate change as the modern equivalents of Beveridge’s original five ‘giant evils’ affecting the country. ...
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.
In this collection of essays, we ask a number of thought leaders and practitioners to explore the potential of alternative housing models such as co-living to help meet the challenges of today, with a particular focus on ...
The RSA Inclusive Growth Commission hosted the last of it’s seven seminars in February, 2017, exploring the existing role housing associations play in underpinning inclusive growth and what an enhanced role for housing provide ...
- Fellow Event
Friday 7th December 2018
Online / Zoom
Join Becca Antink and Tom Harrison, researchers in the RSA’s Public Services and Communities team, for a discussion on the drivers of social isolation and how it plays out for different groups in different places, as part ...
Thursday 8th November 2018
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
Why do we end up with politicians with whom we’re so often unhappy? Political journalist Isabel Hardman examines the problems with our political system, and what needs to change for things to get better.
- Fellow Event
Wednesday 12th September 2018
Project Ability, Glasgow
Join us in Glasgow to explore the future of Public Services
- Fellow Event
Monday 23rd July 2018
Join us for an online event to explore the future of Public Services