Jeffrey Sachs, Mariana Mazzucato and Carlota Perez explore a new way to address 21stC challenges, while giving stimulus and direction to economic growth.
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Internationally bestselling author Steven Johnson argues that novelty and wonder are powerful drivers of world-shaping technological change.
The RSA & Crunch launch a new report to propose a self-employment policy fit for the 21st century. With Frances O’Grady, TUC; Diane Coyle, Enlightenment Economics; & Sarah O’Connor, FT.
Anti-corruption experts Laurence Cockroft and Anne-Christine Wegener ask if the western world is serious about fighting corruption, and if so, what measures will be taken to roll it back.
Renowned author and essayist Pankaj Mishra investigates the origins of the great wave of hatreds that are rocking our close-knit world.
Longevity is increasing – but are we preparing ourselves to make the most of those extra years? Our expert panel explore the barriers to people living well, for longer.
Bestselling author and academic Daniel Levitin shows us how to navigate the post-truth world by distinguishing pseudo-facts from reliable information.
A special event in partnership with Crown Agents Foundation - Jonathan Ledgard, Afrotech, & Tamara Giltsoff, DfID discuss how tech innovation can revolutionise development.
At this special joint event hosted by RSA Academies and the University of Warwick, our expert panel will share their latest insights into the role, value and purpose of citizenship education.
Celebrated political adviser Alex Evans explores how tomorrow’s activists are using stories and myths to generate global change.