Fellows Festival 2024 - The RSA - RSA

Fellows Festival 2024

The theme of courage is going to take centre stage as we unveil a packed programme of speakers and topics to engage, motivate and excite. 

And as we embark on our 270th anniversary year we will demonstrate how our heritage has defined our commitment to courageWe will also reflect on how nearly three centuries of social impact has shaped our behaviour and look at how we can be even braver and bolder in our social change ambitions. 

The Fellows Festival is the highlight of our events calendar, and we really hope you can take part, wherever you are. This time, it’s going to be bigger than ever as we are hosting the festival in six locations across the UK and Ireland as well as in the US, Oceania and Italy, helping Fellows connect and celebrate together.

Get your ticket using the links below.

RSA Fellows Festival locations map

To join the waiting list for any sold out events please email: [email protected]

Meet the speakers

The Fellows Festival 2024 is awash with some great, inspiring voices. Find out who the changemakers are that will be taking to the stage this year.

Fellows Festival FAQs

This year the Fellows Festival will have multiple events spread all over the globe. Find out more about how you can take part wherever you are in the world by reading our frequently asked questions.

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    In the SDA centenary year, we welcome Satish Kumar and Schumacher College into the tapestry of RSA design winners past and future, and hear from Schumacher’s head of regenerative economics Ruth Potts, ecological design thinking graduate Sarah Hawkins and trailblazing SDA alumni Elena Dieckmann, Ryan Robinson and Ben Terrett.

  • Social connections

    Working with Meta's 'Data for Good programme' we will leverage insights from Facebook data to better understand how all forms of social connections between people affect the opportunities they have in their lives. We call this ‘social capital’.

  • Meet four Fellows making an impact towards racial justice, equity and inclusion


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    This month we have been celebrating the amazing work of our Fellows in driving positive social change, and we want to share their inspiring stories with you.