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RSA Scotland Annual Conference

Fellowship Event

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Online via Zoom

The Annual Conference is an ideal opportunity to discuss the pressing issues of our age, hear about the latest activities of RSA Scotland, and network with a broad range of people who are dedicated to social change. Fellows and Non-Fellows are equally welcome.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought huge disruption to life in Scotland and across the globe; economic insecurity has grown with the pressures on businesses and workers; and the shocking recent scenes from the US have laid bare systemic injustices that exist not just in America, but within our own structures too. Meanwhile, the climate emergency continues to grow, requiring radical, cohesive action if we are to not just survive, but thrive.

Scotland will be at the heart of creating a new approach for a post-COVID world. Join us and our guest speakers to discuss the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions and optional networking after the event. Event runs from 1600-1800, with networking from 1800-1900.

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