The Pinball Kids is a new RSA project to support vulnerable students at risk of exclusion to stay in – and thrive in – education
Follow the adventures of the RSA Food Farming and Countryside Commission as we travel the UK talking to people who live in the realities of food, farming and the countryside everyday.
We believe that schools that engage with ‘the world beyond the school gates’ can unlock huge potential benefits for both children and young people, and for the wider community with whom they engage.
The RSA has a commitment to ensuring that every human has the power to turn their ideas into action for the greater good of society, so we want to explore how adolescents can capitalise on this uniquely creative period of ...
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.
Work matters. It is the crucible around which we form our identities, make a living and build relationships. We grumble about it, we eulogise about it, we dedicate our lives to it.
Manufacturing is core to the history of the RSA, but what is the role of manufacturing within our urban centres today?
Based at Nottingham Trent University, and delivered in partnership with the Royal Society of Arts, Nottingham Civic Exchange will become one of the region’s authoritative voices addressing salient policy agendas.
A collaboration between the RSA and British Council UK and Korea, designed to support and strengthen the role of arts and cultural learning in schools in both South Korea and the UK.
The Mission-Orientated Innovation Policy project will work directly with leaders of public organisations from around the world interested in applying mission-oriented innovation policies to the challenges they face. The projec ...