Collective Futures: Creative Conversations ‘Space for Insights’

Research & Impact Event / Online

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Join us for the first event in our Creative Conversations series: ‘Space for Insights’. Our research and learning around collective futures has shown us the value of creating spaces to imagine, explore and share insights for better futures.

Together with a panel of practitioners, we will explore some of the ways spaces have enabled collective futures work to emerge and offer practical examples that might support others in doing the same.

The Creative Conversations series is part of the RSA’s Collective Futures research in partnership with UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK. We have been spending the past months in conversation with people to explore the practices, principles and contexts that can support us all to work collaboratively and creatively for the benefit of our long-term futures – for people and for the planet.

We want to champion the multiplicity of backgrounds, experiences and expertise of those involved in this work. We encourage you to forward this invitation to friends and colleagues, and to take up the challenge and extend this invite beyond your usual networks.

Please do email us at [email protected], if you need any practical or financial assistance to enable you to take part. We are more than happy to have a conversation to alleviate any barriers. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to get in contact.

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