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.
15 Sep 2021
Iqbal Wahhab outlines the ways food can make a real difference to prisoners’ lives
09 Apr 2021
Janet Boston FRSA
For two and a half years, Liberty Kitchen has been working with prisoners and those who have left to create tasty street food alongside providing a chance to change. Janet Boston shares how the social enterprise was impacted by and responded to the pandemic.
Richard James FRSA
Richard James has been using the Intensive Engagement process to engage local people in issues around community safety, revealing the hidden voices, assets and networks in local communities. He sets out his ambitions and some new challenges for the future.
29 Jan 2021
As the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing economic crises continue, empowering communities will be more important than ever, argues Richard James FRSA.
27 Nov 2020
Helen Crewe FRSA
Helen Crewe FRSA on the wellbeing of mothers and babies in prison.
14 Jul 2020
Ash Prashar FRSA
Ash Prashar FRSA sets out some the reforms to the criminal justice systems on both side of the Atlantic
10 May 2020
New research from the RSA suggests the police aren’t doing enough to engage the public on how they are using new technologies.
22 Nov 2019
Government is calling for 20,000 new police officer recruits. With less money, more crime and new recruitment procedures, how possible is it to achieve these numbers and still have a representative and inclusive workforce.
29 Jul 2019
Jude Armani FRSA details the recent history of InHouse Records, a record label set up to develop technical skills in prisoners and reduce recidivism.
13 Feb 2019
Alex Kumar FRSA
Alex Kumar FRSA argues that scrapping the Vagrancy Act would make way for a more compassionate and effective collective response.
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