The future of youth social action - RSA

The future of youth social action

Fellowship events / Online

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  • Education and learning
  • Environment
  • Fellowship

We're about to bring our most recent Pears Foundation-funded work on youth social action in primary schools to a close.

As we reflect on this work and the publication of our report Make it authentic on 11 July, we want to bring our Fellows together to explore the future of active citizenship in schools.

What's already happening? What needs to be happening? And how does youth social action feature in the RSA's new Design for Life mission?


  • Introduction by Nik Gunn (RSA researcher), 15 minutes
  • Breakout room discussions, 25 minutes
  • Plenary discussion, 20 minutes

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