The RSA Animate series is a unique way of illustrating and sharing the world-changing ideas from the RSA's free public events programme.
RSA animations, short films and event videos
Whether you have an hour to spare or just a few minutes, you’ll find a huge variety of formats and topics to stimulate and engage. Choose from edited highlights or full-length replays of talks and debates from the public programme, short videos presenting new RSA ideas, projects and research, as well as creative animations from our iconic RSA Animate and Shorts series.
Economist Christian Felber introduces an international movement that’s aiming to radically reshape our future economy.
Journalist and writer Lynsey Hanley explores why class is still so central to the experience of living in Britain today.
Harvard’s most popular philosopher Michael Puett draws from ancient Chinese teachings to help us re-examine and challenge deeply-held assumptions about how to live our lives.
Science journalist Helen Pearson reveals insights from the five birth cohort studies begun in 1940s Britain, that form the basis of how we understand inequality and health today.
The RSA is delighted to launch the Inclusive Growth Commission, a major new inquiry into how best to make local economies across the UK more economically inclusive and prosperous.
Policy adviser and engineer Guru Madhavan reveals how good engineering design can help solve problems in many areas of society, from healthcare to governance.
Harvard professor of public policy Iris Bohnet shows how new research in behavioural design can help efforts to eliminate gender-based inequality from classrooms to boardrooms.
Danny Dorling explore the relationship between inequality and economic growth in London. Can the capital continue to foster economic efficiency in the face of the current scale of inequality?
Harvard psychologist Susan David reveals how we can become more aware of our emotional nature, learn to face difficult feelings, and embrace change in work and life.
Ha-Joon Chang explains why every single person can and SHOULD get their head around basic economics. He pulls back the curtain on the often mystifying language of derivatives and quantitative easing, and explains how easily ...