Anj Handa FRSA writes about her work with her Inspiring Women Changemakers initiative, to mark a new partnership with The RSA encouraging women changemakers to become RSA Fellows
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We announce the funded projects from the applicants to the Catalyst Grant, Round 1
'Over nine million adults are often or always lonely‘- British Red Cross and the Coop. 'Loneliness is as damaging to our health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day’- Holt-Lundstadt 2015
Christoph Warrack reflects on the inspiration for Airbase, a digital platform enabling any premises to host courses of learning, which has just been awarded an RSA Catalyst grant.
January and February were busy months despite the bad weather. March however did not bring Spring weather but a return of the 'Beast from the East.' Thus my travels to the Borders Art Fair and RSA activity there were, ...
The RSA is developing a partnership with Museum Detox, a network for BAME professionals in the Museum and Heritage Sector, to encourage their members to join the RSA Fellowship.
3 blogs about how Fellows' projects are supporting young people on their road to empoyment
How a Fellow is using employers' insights to improve social mobility
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 ...
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 ...