Francis Fukuyama, author of 'The End of History and the Last Man' and more recently 'Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment', joins Matthew Taylor and Ian Leslie to give his take on the rise of identit ...
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Two days after the biggest government defeat in the history of the British parliament, Matthew Taylor makes the case for another form of democracy that might help sort out the mess. With James Fishkin and David Runciman.
Political analyst Anand Giridharadas reveals how the global elite's efforts to ‘change the world’ simply preserve an unjust status quo. A call to elites and citizens alike to build stronger institutions to make fairer progress ...
How can better leadership enable us to face the challenges of the day? Pippa Malmgren and Chris Lewis explore new models of leadership fit for our ever-changing world.
Award-winning editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, Farrah Storr explains how discomfort – the very thing modern culture teaches us to shirk from – can, in fact, lead us to personal and collective greatness.
Renowned political philosopher Michael Sandel delivers an exclusive address on the birth of a better, wiser politics for the 21st century.
As 2018 draws to a close, our panel of expert commentators, Bidisha, Hugo Rifkind, Catherine Mayer and Matthew Taylor, reflect on the political and cultural moments that have defined a tempestuous year.
Visionary designer Deanna Van Buren shows how innovative design approaches and systems thinking are helping to transform criminal justice.
Journalist, writer and critic John Harris joins RSA Public Services & Communities Director Ed Cox to host an evening of story-telling by ordinary people living extraordinary lives.
Morag Myerscough RDI uses design to transform spaces into places, creating specific local responses to create community and build identity.