First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon delivers a speech on the current state of play of the UK Government’s Brexit negotiations and the future of the UK and Europe.
Videos & Audio
Political insider Tom Baldwin shares worrying insights from behind the curtain of power, and warns that we are in danger of pressing ‘delete’ on liberal democracy altogether.
In his annual RSA Chief Executive’s Lecture Matthew Taylor makes a case for radical reform of our political and policymaking systems in the face of a growing crisis of liberal democracy.
The Secret Barrister, one of the UK’s leading law bloggers, shares insights from the frontline of our criminal justice system, and warns that it’s now close to breaking point.
This final report concludes the two year Citizens Economic Council programme with five recommendations towards creating a public culture of economics
Economic insecurity is a political, economic and societal challenge that public policy must understand and address.
The Future Prison project will set out a blueprint for a future prison that places the challenge of rehabilitation centre stage and provide recommendations for government that will enable it to flourish in the short- and ...
The new report from RSA OPSN analyses the impact of attainment at Key Stage 4 on post-16 educational choices.
Articles & Blogs
27th September 2018
What do Jeremy Corbyn, Donald Trump, and Vladimir Putin have in common? Not as much as we've been led to believe, argues Anthony Painter
31st August 2018
Danny Bowman FRSA explores our mental health system and look at how we can create a modernised and revitalized mental health provision.
21st August 2018
The government’s recently published civil society strategy was light on detail, says the RSA’s Ian Burbidge. Plenty of commissioners and those working int the public and social sectors are already doing innovative, forward-thi ...
1st August 2018
In 1942 William Beveridge identified 5 'Giant Evils' in society. We asked RSA Fellows what Britain's 'giants' would be today. What do you think?
The Open Public Services Network (OPSN) is a not-for-profit organisation based at the RSA providing independent assessment of government and public services performance data. OPSN also works to improve the debate surrounding ...
The RSA seeks to help institutions change in a way that matches their private needs and interests with the wider public good. We work with individual organisations to help them adapt creatively as institutions in a challenging ...
Professional voice in the NHS has been the subject of considerable interest as the service faces complex challenges in a ageing, cash-constrained, and technologically changing society. The RSA reviewed how the BMA was enabling ...
Changes to the Police Federation were essential if the organisation was to overcome a series of high profile and damaging controversies. But what direction should that transformation take?
Monday 15th October 2018
Great Room Auditorium, RSA House
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon will deliver a speech on the current state of play of the UK Government’s Brexit negotiations and the future of the UK and Europe.
Thursday 4th October 2018
Great Room Auditorium, RSA House
How can charities maximise their benefit to society and inspire public trust? Chair of the Charity Commission, Baroness Stowell, unveils her ambitions for the third sector in this exclusive RSA address.
Thursday 8th November 2018 at 13:00
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
Why do we end up with politicians with whom we’re so often unhappy? Political journalist Isabel Hardman examines the problems with our political system, and what needs to change for things to get better.
- Fellow Event
Wednesday 12th September 2018
Project Ability, Glasgow
Join us in Glasgow to explore the future of Public Services