Disability Studies scholar Miro Griffiths argues that we need to disrupt our understanding of ‘normal’ in order for disabled people to benefit from a social movement for health.
The fight against smoking is a national success story, but its history provides lessons for all involved in public health.
International Happiness day gives us a chance to reflect on how we all support the creation of a healthy society, and moving beyond a focus wellbeing might help us get there faster.
Loneliness is a health issue that needs a human response. Socialising is not trivial, urges Rowan Conway.
In response to our call for stories, we are much better placed to understand the diversity in understanding what is meant by health as a social movement.
Every winter sparks a varying array of health campaigns, from Stoptober to Dry January and Movember, Tom Harrison reflects on the successes of these and on World AIDS Day asks what this and other campaigns mean for the NHS ...
The RSA held a Fellows panel to discuss our Health as a Social Movement work, in order to understand how the vast experience that exists within our Fellowship can support us and the vanguard network to achieve our goals. ...
The RSA’s Ahmed Shaal argues that developing trusted relationships is vital if communities are to get actively involved in social movements that improve the health and well-being of its members.
Tom Harrison, Project Engagement Manager and former Emma Lindley intern for Mental Health and Wellbeing, reflects on a year’s progress in achieving parity of mental health and physical health – in advance of the RSA’s public ...