Young people are more often lonely than older people. For most, housing choices are limited. We need new approaches that help people live independently without being isolated.
Georgina Chatfield discusses the thinking so far on how teacher creativity and autonomy links to motivation and retention
Sarah Pickstone FRSA explores the ideas behind European Youth Music Refugee Choirs and European Youth Music Week and explains a new initiative to bring the UK’s young musicians and refugees together for a collaborative week ...
In the second of our three-part series on automated decision systems, Jasmine Leonard considers whether the outputs of these systems ought to be explainable.
In the RSA's pursuit of establishing an arts and cultural education Evidence Champions Network, Naomi Bath explores what it might mean to become 'evidence-rich'.
22nd March 2018
Wednesday 24th January saw the successful launch of the new St Andrews Fellows’ Network of the RSA Held at the Byre Theatre at the University of St Andrews.
How can we build businesses with diversity and collaboration at their core? Laura Munoz FRSA explores the ways in which companies of any size can change their working culture for the better.
Following recent controversies in the charity sector, Matthew Taylor hosts a live discussion asking where charities can go from here.
Atif Shafique presents five key take-aways from the RSA's recent publication on co-living - a form of housing that builds community by combining private living space with communal facilities.
Following a recent ‘RSA Ideas: Norwich’ event, Robert Ashton FRSA explores the problems of homelessness and begging in our cities, and addresses the necessity of Fellowship involvement to tackle it.
Alzheimer’s Society has been running the Airedale Social Movement Programme, which links community groups with care homes and regularly runs activities with residents to improve their quality of life.
Fraser Henderson writes about his submission to the RSA citizens' economy crowdsourcing challenge 'Engaging the public in decisions about the economy'.
How would the Enlightenment coffeehouse model work in the 21st century? Ahead of the opening of the RSA’s new coffeehouse, arts leader and cultural entrepreneur Graham Henderson FRSA looks at the history of the coffeehouse ...
Andrew Percy FRSA puts Universal Basic Income under the spotlight and examines whether alternative investment might have more impact.
Francisco Lozano Winterhalder FRSA – the RSA’s Connector in Spain – attended the second World Summit for Sustainable Development in New Delhi. In this blog, he questions the efficacy of the technical proposals presented at ...
With a full RSA Scotland team in place we have been looking at how best to engage and mobilise the Fellowship. There is a lot of good activity going on across the country which we are keen to support and build on; but there ...
Important decisions are being made by automated decision systems. How can we ensure that these decisions are not biased?
How Ulick Tarabanov FRSA is using Crowdfunding on Spacehive to change families' attitude to play all over London.
Joe Earle discusses the importance of citizens economists in society.
Henry Greenwood FRSA explores the importance of social businesses and reveals his new project, the Social Business Challenge, designed to help young people to take action in their community on environmental issues.