Anthony Painter considers how Britain can adapt to becoming a society without a strong, centralised state - as the traditional state weakens.
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Academic and activist, James Derounian offers a simple mechanism for accelerating ground-level ‘People Shaped Localism’
What are platforms for collaboration and why are they important? RSA Associate Jocelyn Cunningham considers why creativity and collaboration are necessary bedfellows.
Given the scale of the challenges we face, only by collaborating effectively can public services support and strengthen communities. But how do we bring people together?
Last month the RSA, as part of the People Shaped Localism programme, hosted a roundtable entitled The Felt Local: arts based approaches to belonging and identity. RSA Associate Jocelyn Cunningham reflects on the insights ...
Have we lost our sense of belonging or are we simply finding new ways of defining who we are?
Volunteering is about much more than providing your labour for free. Volunteering is about empowerment, connection, trust, learning and sharing – giving and taking alike.
Under a creative account of localism, what is the role of public authorities and services in enabling volunteering?