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09 Jun 2020
An increase in unemployment will make gaining new skills more important than ever. To make re-skilling work during social distancing, we’ll need to learn to recognise learning wherever it happens.
28 Jan 2020
Ed Cox on the opening of the International Week of Democratic Innovation at the People's History Museum in Manchester.
07 Jan 2020
With both of the main Westminster parties recognising the need for a new focus on England’s regions, it is important they learn from past mistakes and adopt a long-term, principled approach.
10 Dec 2019
Could regional inequality decide the General Election? The results of our new poll of Northern voters.
04 Oct 2019
We asked young people in Manchester and across the country about their housing experiences. They need more modern options to reflect the reality of work – and stop forcing sacrifices to save.
22 Aug 2019
Many people renting their homes from private landlords feel stuck between a rock and a hard place: Rebecca O’Connor FRSA asks whether institutional investors give trapped private renters a way out?
07 Aug 2019
Hear the latest from RSA Japan Fellows' Network (JFN) on resilient global cities.
31 Jul 2019
Boris Johnson invokes the industrial revolution as he backs the Northern Powerhouse, but forgets the North’s more radical history demanding social and electoral reform.
25 Jun 2019
Only by understanding the impact of history can we help places have a brighter future.
13 Jun 2019
The growth of global mega-cities has slowed. We need to think in terms of bigger regions to drive productivity – Scotland and London show that it works.
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