How does change happen? What gets in the way? Who can help?
Join us for the second event in a series exploring the conditions for making lasting social change.
Covid has highlighted and worsened systemic inequalities across our societies, but it has also intensified energy for activism and movement-building in response. On Tuesday 23 March, we’re focusing on how change happens in a systemic and equitable way, building towards a more equal and inclusive society.
- Joanna Choukeir, Director of Design and Innovation at the RSA
- Anj Handa FRSA, Founder of Inspiring Women Changemakers
There’ll be a chance to ask questions, then we’ll move into breakout groups to share experiences and ideas, and make connections, before returning for a plenary conversation.
The event is free and open to all.
Find out more about RSA’s Living Change Framework.
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Please note that for this event, latecomers who arrive more than 15 minutes after the start time will not be admitted.
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