RSA Event / Video / Online
12 May 2022
Online via YouTube
2021-2022 Nine Dots Prize winner, Trish Lorenz, answers the question of what it means to be young in an ageing world by exploring the unique opportunities and challenges faced by the youth populations of Sub-Saharan Africa.
24 Feb 2022
What could help those worst hit in economically difficult times? As the cost of living crisis tightens its grip on the nation, a panel discusses the mounting pressures on financially insecure young people.
23 Nov 2021
Online and RSA House
An expert panel of academics, teachers and young activists join us for the launch of a new RSA report exploring the barriers and enablers to high-quality social action in primary schools.
RSA Event / Video
01 Jul 2021
Youth activist Jeremiah Emmanuel explores what it means to be a young person today, and the obstacles and opportunities that will define all our futures.
15 Oct 2018
Great Room Auditorium, RSA House
Youth champion Ruth Ibegbuna; Sam Conniff Allende, chair, Generation Change; Dame Julia Cleverdon, founder, Step Up To Serve; and education activist Adam Ramgoolie on young people leading change.
23 Jun 2016
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
Professor Sonia Livingstone presents her latest research on young people’s social, digital and learning networks. Are these networks changing the meaning of education?
26 Mar 2015
RSA House, London
Georgia Gould, Labour Party Councillor for Kentish Town, and ‘apostle and advocate for her generation’ offers a spirited manifesto for harnessing the creative and passionate potential of a whole generation of young Britons.
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