Lord Jim Knight, former Schools Minister & Chief Education Adviser, TES Global, joins our panel to explore the impact of new teacher development standards on schools, teachers & pupils.
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The Economist’s Ryan Avent examines our rapidly transforming world of work, and what this means for our economic, social and political future.
Roger Taylor, Chair of the RSA Open Public Services Network, joins a panel of experts to discuss the benefits and risks of big data.
Healthcare innovators Helen Bevan and Jos de Blok join our expert panel to explore the potential of social movements to organize and lead service transformation.
Political theorist Angela Cummine shows how and why sovereign funds should be managed by the people for the people.
To celebrate the launch of the 2016/17 RSA Student Design Award briefs, FutureGov’s Carrie Bishop explains why design is needed now more than ever as a tool for tackling global problems.
In his annual RSA Chief Executive’s Lecture Matthew Taylor examines the relationship between policy and social change.
Bestselling author of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind Yuval Noah Harari provides a vision of the challenges and opportunities that will face humankind.
Former technology editor at Newsweek and co-producer and writer of HBO’s Silicon Valley Dan Lyons gives a unique insider’s perspective on the reality behind the tech start-up hype.
BBC R4’s Front Row programme presents a special live broadcast event at the RSA examining the artistic impact of the decision to leave the EU, and featuring leading creative figures including actor Samuel West, National Theatr ...