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03 Feb 2017
Anthony Painter argues that the roots of the new populism are explicable but instead of reacting to it reflexively, there needs to be greater collective effort to create a convincing alternative worldview.
13 Dec 2016
Fake news doesn’t swing elections, but neither does ‘truth’. We have always filtered new information to fit our existing prejudices. The real danger to our democracy is not an absence of truth, but an absence of trust.
29 Sep 2016
In the first of a three part blog series looking at RSA Networks, RSA Regional Manager Mark Hall offers some advice for anyone thinking of starting a Fellowship Network.
25 Sep 2016
Sisters of Frida CIC is an experimental co operative of disabled women. Founder member Eleanor Lisney FRSA discusses their new programme of workshops on disability and sexuality
16 Aug 2016
Simone Kidner Profile
Redbrick House, a newly established co-working space for creatives, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and small organisations is offering a free day pass to RSA Fellows.
31 Jul 2016
Small Gathering for Big Thoughts is a dialogue process in which people are invited to bring their own ingredients, meet a stranger and cook together without a recipe.
26 Jul 2016
How can we create a social movement in health? In this 5 minute video, the RSA asked health and community leaders to help explain.
23 Jun 2016
Without their people, ‘places’ are an empty concept. Having been a delegate at the inaugural World Towns Leadership Summit in Edinburgh, Head of RSA Scotland Jamie Cooke reflects on the learning from the event.
03 Jun 2016
Benita Matofska FRSA
Benita Matofska FRSA tells the story of how Global Sharing Week was created and how you can get involved this year
18 May 2016
New technology holds huge potential to help address some of society’s most pressing challenges, but without getting citizens involved in the design and implementation these technologies could have adverse effects.
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