The latest articles from our policy experts, researchers, RSA Fellows and guest writers.
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Articles from our Fellows and guest writers.
25 Oct 2021
How can the government tackle the UK's chronic and enduring regional inequalities? We explore three plausible areas of focus for levelling up: economic development, social cohesion, and community power and identity.
22 Oct 2021
Olga Ivannikova FRSA
Gabriella Di Laccio
Olga Ivannikova FRSA and Gabriella Di Laccio highlight research that revealed the dominance of white male composers and argue that for music to fulfil its potential to entertain and to drive social change much more diversity is needed.
Hannah Webster reflects on new research that highlights the difficulty for those with long-term health conditions to achieve economic security.
21 Oct 2021
Robert Rickard FRSA
Robert Rickard FRSA reflects on a simple, quiet revolution going on in schools and colleges in Norfolk and suggests that these models could be rolled out by local authorities – at zero public cost – and offers free advice to anyone wanting to pursue the idea.
15 Oct 2021
ASHUTOSH NAIK FRSA
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected people the world-over. Ashutosh Naik FRSA argues that while the impact of the pandemic might be different across geographies, social and cultural lines the one thing that is certain is that food, food security and traceability have become very important considerations.
Ruth Hannan spotlights some of the finalists for the Innovation in Politics Awards 2021.
14 Oct 2021
Colum Menzies Lowe FRSA
Colum Menzies Lowe FRSA argues that, while the UK population is getting older and people tend to work and live longer, ageism is still alive and kicking, particularly in relation to their role as consumers.
13 Oct 2021
Ian Burbidge on re-evaluating how we review employee performance in light of crisis.
12 Oct 2021
CECILY LIU FRSA
Cecily Liu FRSA shares her experiences of volunteering for a project in China that aims to improve the life chances of children living in rural areas and shape the future of education.
11 Oct 2021
What can we learn from those ‘Mavericks’ who have long been transforming society and business by going against the grain?
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