How do young people engage in social action, and why? Our report explores what encourages young people to take action and why it is of benefit for them and their communities.
Learning About Culture is the RSA’s largest ever programme of action research in education.
Download our resource which outlines the key elements of Creative Gatherings and offers guidance on how to put one together; especially relevant to anyone with a professional or voluntary interest in civic action.
The Arts and Social Change Evaluation closes this strand of the 3 year Citizen Power Peterborough programme of work across the city.
This report publishes the findings of the ‘Towards Plan A: a new political economy for arts and culture?’ seminar series. The seminars brought together representatives from business and finance, the government, local authoriti ...
How can arts make an impact upon the identity of a place, social capital whilst encouraging active citizenship.
Emissary: an ambassador, a messenger, an agent sent on a mission to represent or advance the interests of another.
This background paper on Leading a City Differently offers a summary outline for those considering creative practice as an approach to reshaping relationships between key institutions, people, and services.
Dialogue in Action was the final project in the Arts and Social Change strand of the Citizen Power programme and fed into the Innovation Forum programme with city leaders.
This report gives an informed overview of these two residencies, their journeys to completion and thoughts from the artists and those involved.