Josie Warden ponders stewardship while cycling around East and West Sussex for the Food Farming and Countryside Commission.
Articles & Blogs
9th January 2019
In December, RSA JFN Fellows and friends met to explore the issues and opportunities presented by Japanese returnees - people who have studied or worked abroad and returned to live in Japan. Tania Coke FRSA and Japan Ambassado ...
Matthew Taylor on why society needs institutions as varied as the Church, McDonald's, and football clubs to promote inclusion.
Sam Grinstead shares insights from his leg on the Food, Farming & Countryside Commission bike tour in Monmouthshire and Powys
"In resisting extremism, intolerance and xenophobia, the arts are one of our most important sources of integrity, authenticity, and truth."
Millennials don’t support higher taxes. But they do support universal approaches to welfare. Anthony Painter explains how generational inequalities explain this paradox.
Jonathan Haidt speaks with Matthew Taylor on polarisation, identity politics and the importance of social science for our collective future.
To address inequalities we must recognise how they play out in different places, and not shy away from tough questions about local identities while empowering citizens to drive inclusive change.
Ed Cox, Director of Public Services and Communities, discusses a series of events and projects that show that the people are taking back control of the North.
Julia Unwin, chair of the Civil Society Futures inquiry, argues civil society organisations should focus on their own attitudes and practice