RSA Event / Online
05 May 2022
Online via YouTube
How do our words frame our reality? Writer and activist Kübra Gümuşay explores the significance of language in our politics, and how words reflect and define what matters to us.
RSA Event / Video / Online
31 Mar 2022
Onine via YouTube
Who profits from shame as a tool of repression and control? Mathematician Cathy O’Neil reveals what powers the shame machine, and how we can fight back.
03 Jun 2021
How did we become so divided and what can we do about it? Jon Yates and a panel of social changemakers join forces to discuss how we come together as a nation.
18 Feb 2021
Dr Vivek Murthy, returning US Surgeon General, explores how social connections make us happier and healthier, and how we can strengthen them in difficult times.
11 Mar 2020
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
Could we save the world by shifting our social norms? Economist Robert Frank explores how we can collectively create social environments that promise a better future.
20 Feb 2020
How do people come to be radicalised online? Counter-extremism expert Julia Ebner exposes the inner workings of some of the most dangerous groups on the internet.
02 Oct 2019
The Great Room, RSA House
In a world of ambiguity, uncertainty and fake news, Steve Martin and Joseph Marks demonstrate how increasingly it is the Messenger who is the message.
20 Jun 2019
One of the world’s leading evolutionary thinkers David Sloan Wilson offers a bold new approach to solving the problems of our age.
04 Apr 2019
Great Room, RSA House
One of the world’s most influential public thinkers Cass Sunstein explores the different ways that social change can happen, from nudges to movements to cascades.
02 Nov 2017
Matthew Engelke argues that anthropology is essential to understanding the world today, and our most urgent debates around identity, cultural values and power.
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