Come and explore the third RSA key theme, Public Services and Communities. Hear from RSA Fellows and staff as they discuss recent research, get an insight into upcoming reports, and explore what you as a local Fellow can do to make change happen.
RSA West Midlands has teamed up with the Impact Hub Birmingham to produce a series of events exploring the RSA’s Key Themes.
The RSA believes that the key to addressing challenges in our public services and communities lies in a shift in power to people and communities, so that they can better meet their social and economic needs and aspirations – come to explore what this means in practice. You'll hear from three differing perspectives and be asked to contribute and feed back on their ideas.
The event will be hosted by RSA Fellow and Fellowship Councillor Lorna Prescott.
All of these events are free and hosted during the Impact Hub Birmingham’s Open Project Nights, aimed at testing and trialling ideas to make a difference to build a better society and explore fresh options. Come along to discuss this and more with other Fellows.
Don’t forget our project page also showcases details of the other sessions we will be running over the coming months based on those RSA’s key themes. We will also be sharing content from the RSA’s Action and Research Centre. We hope you have time to explore the website and read and comment on some of our reports and blogs.