How does change happen? What gets in the way? Who can help?
Join us for the final event in the Making Change series, exploring the conditions for making lasting social change.
In this event we’re focusing on how change happens from the ‘bottom-up’. Looking at grassroots initiatives and community asset-mapping, embracing the complex, interconnected relationship between the hyper-local and societal change.
- Ian Burbidge, Associate Director of the RSA Lab and Public Services & Communities at the RSA
- Richard James FRSA, Founder of Intensive Engagement
- Wendy Hart FRSA, Nudge Community Builders
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 and RSA Public Services & Communities.
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