Working together we can co-design solutions that successfully marry your strengths with our social change expertise to build sustainable futures.
Make Change Happen
In a world that is complex and fast moving, change is inevitable, yet hard won.
At the RSA we’ve been at the forefront of realising societal change for over 260 years, from ensuring education for all by creating the first public exams to identifying technological solutions to end child labour – social change is in our DNA.
Our proven change process, the Living Change Approach, underpins all of our work and enables us to effectively support social innovators to regenerate our world through collective action.
Download our Future Change Framework toolkit now to get started and join over 1000 changemakers who are using the framework to support their communities and organisations to shape and realise change.
How we are working with and through others to realise change
The Hackney Emergency Food Hub, based in the UK, feeds vulnerable individuals shielding from Covid-19 and families at risk of food poverty. When the pandemic first broke, Deputy CEO Valy Thorsteinsdottir FRSA applied for an RSA Catalyst Grant to provide much-need infrastructure support. This has helped the project adapt as the demands of the community have changed with the virus.
The RSA’s Cities of Learning programme is a new model for cities and regions in the UK to design and deliver inclusive lifelong learning tailored to the needs of local people and economies. Developed in partnership with cities and localities, education providers, employers, youth sector organisations and education funders, the Cities of Learning programme helps people find new learning opportunities and, through digital badges, have their achievements recognised to confidently tell their own story.
Cities of Learning has unleashed a well of confidence and opened my mind to new experiences
Norfolk County Council’s Further Afield Project, based in the UK, looked at trends and drivers of change in Norfolk over the next 20 years. The RSA ran an event in Norwich with Fellows to explore in more depth what they think the emerging future may be for rural communities and how we as the RSA and Norfolk as a county respond. Find out more about RSA Fellowship in your area.