How Ulick Tarabanov FRSA is using Crowdfunding on Spacehive to change families' attitude to play all over London.
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Darren Abrahams shares his journey to co-founding Crisis Classroom - a refugee education social enterprise - and invites you to join along for the ride as the team hit the road, sending trained educators around Europe this ...
How do we keep young women in rural areas connected with role models in the city?
Petra Štefanková reflects on a collaborative drawing session she hosted at József Szinnyei Library in Komárno, Slovakia with children aged 6 to 14. This event was hosted in conjunction with 92Y as part of the Seven Days of ...
This International Women's Day, we look at some of the fantastic contributions made by women Fellows in the RSA.
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.
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.
Kate Jessop discusses her experience of using comedy can be a tool to for feminism.