RSA Event / Video / Online
15 Dec 2022
Online via YouTube
Broadcast historian David Hendy looks back on 100 years of the BBC and reflects on how BBC broadcasting came to be such a central part of the British Christmas experience.
01 Dec 2022
Human rights barrister Adam Wagner reflects on lockdown laws, hastily made under a state of emergency, and the recent Public Order Bill, to explore how these laws threaten our freedoms.
17 Mar 2022
Jon Alexander, author of Citizens, considers how to shape a citizen-led society and outlines how this shift could transform our communities, organisations, and nations for the better.
RSA Event / Online
15 Apr 2021
Four pioneering changemakers share their experiences of using design and innovation to tackle the disparity in our social and economic systems.
11 Mar 2021
Minouche Shafik, one of the world's most influential economists, puts forward a hopeful framework for social, economic, and political renewal.
14 Jan 2021
In 2020, we witnessed extraordinary examples of community solidarity and social innovation. Hilary Cottam and Marc Stears explore what we can learn from a challenging year to help us face the crises of 2021, united.
27 Feb 2020
The Great Room, RSA House
Award-winning author and journalist Mary O’Hara asks: how can we elevate the voices of those with lived experience of poverty and fight the narratives that shame and divide us?
07 May 2019
Great Room, RSA House
In a new report presented to the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, world authority on basic income Dr Guy Standing sets out how the idea could become a UK reality.
24 Jan 2019
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
Author of 'Political Entrepreneurship', Josef Lentsch shows how innovative, civic-minded entrepreneurs can create new parties to produce positive political change.
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