In view of the launch of 'Learning About Culture' earlier this month, Naomi Bath reflects on the RSA's work in arts education and cultural learning over the past three centuries.
Sarah Spargo FRSA writes about The Hoxby Collective's approach to presenteeism in the workplace, and how a flexible approach to work benefits everyone.
The government has recently confirmed that they will be publishing a green paper on children and young people's mental health, with a focus on the impact of social media. Whilst the green paper is welcome, Alison Critchley, ...
26th October 2017
Today the RSA was represented on a panel by the Financial Times on LGBT inclusion in the workplace. Reema Patel and Tom Harrison reflect on what it means to be an ally and how allies can quell ebbing trust in the way we do ...
The Cities of Learning project has inspired thought-provoking discussion about how learning can make lives better. Here’s what we’ve heard
What does London's manufacturing economy look like? Is there any left? What challenges does it face? This blog explores what the data tells us.
The RSA is cautiously optimistic about the potential of technology to enhance human experience for all. It’s not the robots that worry us, it’s the humans in charge of them.
From anti-tobacco campaigners to Black Lives Matters, social movements have a history of driving change. But how do social movements work, and how can we make change happen at a smaller scale in our communities?
24th October 2017
We were thrilled to welcome Sue Holloway, Chief Executive of Project Oracle, to speak about her experience of developing evidence-informed practice as part of our launch event for Learning about Culture, a major new RSA and ...
Jonathan Rowson introduces the 2nd edition of Spiritualise: cultivating spiritual sensibility to address 21st century challenges.
Jules Peck FRSA explores the problems with the current UK banking sector and outlines how Avon Mutual and others emerging from the Community Savings Bank Association are leading the way in building community wealth and mutual ...
The government’s new Review on AI is a welcome reprieve from the excessive fear that hangs over automation. The UK could be a world leader in this technology, if only we let ourselves.
In August and September this year, we surveyed just over 100 cultural organisations working in schools to share their views on evaluating cultural learning and this is what they told us.
Why the RSA is working with the culture and education sectors to get clever with cultural learning.
The social contract between citizen, state and market is failing. The challenge is to design a new social contract that enables adaptation, argues Anthony Painter.
Universal Credit will be a disaster for the self-employed. So why are so few people sounding the alarm?
We currently have a vacancy for a Scottish representative on the Fellowship Council.
Martin Whitlock FRSA discusses why socially progressive economic policy is systematically rejected in the UK.
Previously an idea very much at the margins of politics and policy debates, basic income has recently enjoyed a steep rise in popularity. But how and why has this occurred, and what has led a growing number of countries to ...
Alison Edmonds FRSA believes we are not talking enough about the creativity and unique perspectives held by children, and demonstrates how we can learn from their extraordinary minds.