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RSA Engage: Glasgow

Fellowship Event

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Project Ability, Glasgow

  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

Join us at RSA Engage in Glasgow to discover and support projects that are tackling 21st century challenges, make new connections within the local Fellowship network, and contribute to the mission of the RSA.

In 1754, William Shipley founded the RSA with a belief that the creativity of ideas could enrich social progress. Over 250 years later, we’ve taken inspiration and developed a series of Engage events across the UK to engage with, encourage, and support our Fellowship community to turn their ideas into action.

A mix of ideas will be pitched, followed by an opportunity for you to ask questions, find out more from the people driving them forward and volunteer your support.

RSA Engage provides a brilliant platform to ignite and share your ideas. If you’re working on a project that’s tackling social, economic or environmental challenges, and you’d like to seek support from an informed and connected audience.

The closing date for applications is 20th December 2019

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