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05 Sep 2016
What is the best way to influence stakeholders and generate change? Different approaches to generating change have different strengths, when should each be used to the best effect?
01 Sep 2016
In the first of a series of posts discussing the state of democracy in the 21st Century, Andy Norman outlines the gaps that exist between the assumptions we make about our democratic system and the case in practice.
24 Aug 2016
Many of us would like to get more sleep but for some reason just don’t seem to get to bed in time to clock in our needed eight or so hours. Why might that be?
14 Aug 2016
What can behavioural science teach us about our food habits and, most importantly, what can we do to feel nourished but not deprived.
11 Aug 2016
In a recent article for Pan-European Networks magazine, we set out why a multi-disciplinary approach to problem-solving – including a behavioural science perspective – is so important.
02 Aug 2016
One Day One Choir (ODOC) is a simple global project for peace which taps into the uplifting and harmonious power of collective singing to unite people in their communities on Peace Day, 21 September.
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.
04 Apr 2016
All winter long, we’ve been busy with events and new programmes of work here in the RSA’s Social Brain. So what does the Spring have in store?
01 Jan 2016
The RSA's Social Brain unit helps you make and keep New Year's resolutions that with improve your health.
22 Dec 2015
Our lifestyle matters when it comes to our health. Our new report 'Easier Said than Done' explains why we struggle with healthy behaviours and what we can do about it.
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