Join us to explore current RSA research, activity and Fellows' projects in a new series of monthly sessions hosted by our Fellows. This first event explores the rise of self-employment and its impact on individuals and the economy.
In the West Midlands region we are focussing activity around the RSA’s key themes. Fellows in our region are using the themes as a springboard to engage, connect and inspire action between the Fellowship network.
We have teamed up with Impact Hub Birmingham to run monthly RSA gatherings during their Open Project nights. Together we will create a welcoming and supportive space for Fellows and non-Fellows to contribute their ideas and thinking. In partnering with Impact Hub Birmingham we have an opportunity to showcase the RSA to a wider community which is also motivated by a desire to improve society through ideas and action. To see the list of upcoming events, visit the Imact Hub Birmingham project page.
Our first session will focus on the rise of self-employment within our Enterprise, Economy and Manufacture (EEM) theme. This will be hosted by the regional team and Dan Zastawny, Impact Hub Birmingham co-founder and RSA Fellow. Come along on Monday 14 September at 6pm to find out more about the RSA’s work, meet Fellows and to make useful connections. It’s all very informal, we promise great coffee and teas, and we’ll happily introduce you to some fantastic people.
The event is free but we do ask that you register online. 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 some of our reports. Please use the comments sections on our pages to offer further articles and blogs which may inform the evening's discussion.
Please watch our Senior Rersearcher Ben Dellot as he discusses his recent report The Second Age of Small via RSA Insights