The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust is tackling health inequalities in their workforce. Their approach serves as a lesson to the rest of the health and care system.
In the most watched TED talk of all time, educationalist Sir Ken Robinson FRSA claims that “schools kill creativity”, arguing that “we don’t grow into creativity, we grow out of it. Or rather we get educated out of it”. Yet ...
Design has the capacity to further unlock the creative potential of UK industry in the journey toward innovation and growth; a new RSA paper seeks to better understand how design can help UK business flourish.
January and February were busy months despite the bad weather. March however did not bring Spring weather but a return of the 'Beast from the East.' Thus my travels to the Borders Art Fair and RSA activity there were, ...
Project_Sweat: designed by women, for women, to support women
RSA Fellowship Singapore welcomed one of their Fellows, Dr. Gül Inanc, as our guest speaker for the evening. A group of Fellows and students from the NTU's University Scholars Programme learned about Gül's project to give ...
The RSA is developing a partnership with Museum Detox, a network for BAME professionals in the Museum and Heritage Sector, to encourage their members to join the RSA Fellowship.
3 blogs about how Fellows' projects are supporting young people on their road to empoyment
How a Fellow is using employers' insights to improve social mobility
Fabian Wallace-Stephens addresses the current tax relief system with a proposal that could boost retirement security for 3 in 4 workers
From auto-enrolment to tax relief policies, Benedict Dellot gives us the 5 key ways we can increase retirement security for the self-employed
Paul Palmarozza describes how his new oinline tool wil help bring stillness into modern enterprises
Luke Timmons explores the complexity of the role of early intervention and prevention in addressing long-term economic outcomes.
Czech philosopher Jan Patoçka's concept of ‘putting soul in the city’ immediately intrigued Graham Henderson FRSA, and he set about exploring what we could learn from his work.
Stories from the first week on the road for the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission.
How can we put soul into our cities? Graham Henderson FRSA explores the importance of public art and discusses why we might need to approach it differently.
The chair of the RSA's Food, Farming and Countryside Commission Sir Ian Cheshire on the importance of public engagement and joined up government
Sharon Blackburn from the National Care Forum asks us to challenge our perceptions of care homes by highlighting some of the UK's most pioneering examples
On March 27th the Sustainable Households subgroup of the RSA’s Sustainability Network organised a webinar on the topic: Energy Efficiency-Smart Homes and Smart Behaviours.
Why evidence in arts and cultural education needs to be used for improving, not just proving.