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20 Feb 2018
In case you missed it, earlier this month Facebook turned 14. It is hard to believe how much social media is now an integral part of our lives. Adanna Shallowe reflects on social media platforms and their impact on society.
19 Dec 2017
Throughout autumn, the RSA Global Team coordinated a series of online events. This blog explores how such an event has the ability to become a truly global platform for public discourse on progressive ideas an action.
10 Oct 2017
Despite being the biggest economy in Europe, Germany is lacking when it comes to digital innovation.
06 Sep 2017
In the RSA’s work on citizen engagement, we are working in partnership with Joseph Rowntree Foundation to understand more about the innovative ways that cities and regional governments are engaging with citizens to talk about inclusive growth.
15 Aug 2017
Conversations about the future of technology are almost entirely set in the wrong direction, argues Anthony Painter.
30 Jul 2017
A fascinating failure prompts Matthew Taylor to ask how well aligned our expectations of machine learning are with reality.
25 May 2017
Ahead of the UK general election, John Kellas FRSA explores the importance of presenting visual information, and how it can be used to obscure or enlighten.
14 May 2017
Did you know that a new Fellows' Forum has been set up online to help Fellows connect, network, discover, share, create, engage, facilitate change, act, make a difference?
29 Mar 2017
To ensure there are sufficient jobs of quality and not just quantity, education systems need re-tooling, argues Chris Steed FRSA.
09 Mar 2017
Given the gaps in the strategy, and the traditional path on which it ended, business as usual may be the most likely outcome, argues Matthew Cain FRSA.
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