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Articles from our Fellows and guest writers.
01 Apr 2021
As we emerge from Covid-19, Ruth Hannan argues there is an opportunity to shift from short-term solutions to approaches based on deeper understanding of citizens’ needs and which focus on systemic change.
31 Mar 2021
Nicole Hawkes FRSA
Nicole Hawkes FRSA on the impact of convincing financiers of the importance of ESG.
If young people are to flourish in this new world of rapid change and insecurity, we need policies that support young people in the here and now, whilst also protecting their futures. Thinking about economic security is one way to do this.
30 Mar 2021
In the fourth of a series of blogs posts – part of the RSA Living Change campaign – Matthew Taylor explores how ideas used to understand human motivation and organisational change might also be applied to politics and policy.
26 Mar 2021
John Astley FRSA
John Astley FRSA on facilitating community education workshops, talks and classes in Exmouth.
The RSA has developed a new framework to ensure its research and innovation have greater impact
25 Mar 2021
This week, the Prime Minister claimed that the profit motive is behind the success of the UK’s vaccine. Despite his quick backtracking, we should use this moment to recognise what has truly been behind the best of the crisis. We need to push back on a framing that centres just one sector in a crisis that has bought people together as never before.
24 Mar 2021
Monica Porteanu FRSA
Monica Porteanu FRSA is inviting Fellows to join the conversation about the role of our voice interaction with AI.
It is nearly six years since it was recommended to create a 'Cities of Learning' programme to establish a model designing and delivering inclusive lifelong learning, tailored to the needs of local people and economies. The RSA’s Tom Kenyon outlines the progress that has been made.
23 Mar 2021
The third in a series of blog posts relating to our Living Change campaign. This post explores modes of coordination - hierarchy, solidarity, individualism and fatalism - in the context of organisational culture and change.
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