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From crisis to sustainability -- Building capability for prevention

Fellowship Event

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Zoom/Online

Join RSA Fellows globally as we explore how we can shape a more resilient, socially just and sustainable world in the wake of the COVID pandemic. This is the first event in a six-part online event series co-hosted by RSA Oceania and the RSA Sustainability Network, which aims to build awareness and collaboration, leading to RSA projects.


In conversation with Anna Coote, Principal Fellow at the New Economics Foundation, we explore the issue of prevention. Preventative action requires decisions be made before problems become an urgent necessity -- ​​​​the case for both COVID-19 and climate change. But how can decisions about prevention be made in a democracy, and be widely supported and implemented in domains including business and finance, and in society at large? And as we look towards recovery, what can we learn from the pandemic to prevent worsening climate change?

Please note, this is an online event open to the global Fellowship. Please check the timing in your region:

United Kingdom -- 8:00am BST
Sydney & Melbourne -- 5:00pm AEST
New Zealand -- 7:00pm NZST

Other events in the Bridges to the Future: from crisis to sustainability series:

Building resilience -- Friday 3 July

Building health, with a healthy environment -- Thursday 16 July

Building a culture of health and well-being -- Thursday 30 July

Building equity and equality -- Thursday 13 August

Building resilient democracies -- Thursday 27 August

Joining instructions will be sent with your confirmation email once you register. Please direct any questions about this event to RSA Oceania Director, Philipa Duthie at philipa.duthie@thersa.org.

 


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To participate in the event, you will need to register for a ticket to receive the bespoke link to join. You will be sent detailed instructions via email upon registration. Attendees will need to register for a free Zoom account and download their software. To understand more about how Zoom uses your data, please read their Privacy Policy in advance.  

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