When asked what it’s like to be a woman running Liberty Kitchen – a street-food social enterprise in one of London’s largest male prisons, Pentonville, I’m not sure how to respond.
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As committed campaigners around disability, architecture and design, the DisOrdinary Architecture Project has struggled to scale-up and become robust and sustainable. A small Catalyst Award has given us vital time to clarify ...
Bonnie Chiu recounts the story of Lensational, a global social enterprise committed to sharing women’s stories through the transformative power of photography and videography.
Every year, £100,000 of Fellows’ contributions is put to work on the ground for Fellow-led projects, around the world. Here we put a spotlight on 2017 projects that were run by women, for women.
15th February 2018
Applications are currently open for the 4th annual Stephen Lloyd Awards, in search of entrants with an early stage project addressing a social problem in an innovative manner.
RSA Catalyst funded project Accumulate is seeking a Business Development Manager who is excited by social good.
As we gear up to reopen Catalyst applications to Fellows later this month, here’s an update on recently funded projects...
From Nudging Pubs to running the UK's first ever alcohol-free drinks Festival, Laura Willoughby FRSA shares how support from an RSA Catalyst Award has helped her venture Club Soda to grow.
Each year, the RSA Catalyst programme supports numerous Fellow-led projects looking to generate positive social change in communities around the world. Here are some of our most successful.
Christoph Warrack FRSA describes how RSA Catalyst helped support Open Cinema to make cinema available to marginalised communities.