The £13.3bn merger between Sainsbury and Asda has been sold on cost-saving grounds for consumers. Even if true, is this really an adequate measure of the public good?
Christoph Warrack reflects on the inspiration for Airbase, a digital platform enabling any premises to host courses of learning, which has just been awarded an RSA Catalyst grant.
Adanna Shallowe, RSA Senior Global Manager, recommends a number of great articles on pressing global issues and challenges from various sources around the web.
27th April 2018
Learn more about the Fellow-led Coaching Network’s pro bono coaching pilot
A project demonstrating how citizens have valuable skills, community-specific knowledge and personal experiences which they can utilise to drive positive change for better health in their communities.
Anthony Painter argues that UK's anti-poverty movement would be foolish to dismiss Universal Basic Income before it has been tried.
An emblem of the discrimination that women still face is a lack of visibility: we simply don’t see women as much as we should. The effects of this are far-reaching, but we can all do something to rectify it.
27th April 2018
Automobiles have been integral to our identities and economies for a generation, but what will happen when they become truly auto, asks sociologist Tim Dant
This blog explores 5 key insights that were drawn from the review of over 1000 policy proposals on food, farming and the countryside.
Anthony Painter discusses how the plight of the Windrush generation is indicative of a too frequent occurrence of unnecessary harm in public policy.
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 ...
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.
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