The latest articles from our policy experts, researchers, RSA Fellows and guest writers.
The latest thinking from the RSA research team and associates.
Articles from our Fellows and guest writers.
25 Jan 2023
Super-nature was one of 10 commissions to feature in the 2022 global exploration research project, Collective Futures. Learn about the work and its outputs in this field note.
05 Jan 2023
A universal basic income can alleviate anxiety and depression in young people. Elliott and Matthew Johnson of Northumbria University explore the benefits this kind of economic security can deliver.
15 Dec 2022
The RSA’s research into young people’s economic security has found that 47% are financially precarious. Whilst this figure is stark, the ‘Age of Insecurity’ report shows the reality for young people is even starker.
12 Dec 2022
The pandemic plunged us into previously unimaginable uncertainty. With Brexit, the climate emergency, the war in Ukraine, and a cost of living crisis, how do we respond to it in these uncertain times?
14 Oct 2022
Covid has disrupted our lives in numerous ways. It has also been a force for long-term change. Dr Antonis Kousoulis FRSA argues that certain social and cultural factors will be key in shaping a more central role for good population mental health after the pandemic.
05 Jul 2022
Charlie Hertzog Young
Challenging embedded beliefs can benefit mental and planetary health
30 Jun 2022
Many employers realise wellbeing in the workplace promotes good mental health AND productivity, but don’t know where to begin. Kevin Daniels and Helen Fitzhugh talk about a new, free, online toolkit to get them started
21 Jun 2022
Goa-based illustrator and art director Kaveri Gopalakrishnan, draws a contemplative piece on looking back into the past.
13 Jun 2022
Climate change, a cost of living crisis, war in Ukraine, the fallout from Brexit… sometimes it can seem we live in a time of constant uncertainty. But amid the crises, Dr Matthew Barber-Rowell has been finding, curating and nurturing 'Spaces of Hope'
07 Apr 2022
In a world economy dominated by intangible assets, intellectual capital and innovative practices, our economic prosperity and security need the best knowledge workers. A new paper argues building brain infrastructure at the national level is crucial.
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