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Connect with other Fellows
Find out more about the events and projects happening in your area and how you can get involved.
As a Fellow you have the opportunity to run an event with the support of the RSA. This page contains the information you need to plan, set-up and run your event.
Featured Fellowship events
10th May 2016
Nonsuch Theatre, Nottingham
RSA Watch will develop the idea of social watching, where you can meet and watch RSA talks together with other Fellows and discuss the ideas and concepts raised.
3rd May 2016
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Liverpool
Meet local Fellows whilst finding out more about the RSA, potential activities and initiatives in Liverpool, and how you can get involved.
16th May 2016
The Forbury Hotel, Reading
Our Engage series provides a platform for you to seek & share skills, connect with Fellows, and learn more about projects and activities in your local area.
Engage with Projects
Do you have an idea about how to tackle a social challenge? If so you can apply for a small grant, expert support and crowdfunding to turn your idea into a reality through the RSA Catalyst programme.
Find out more about Fellow-led projects and the different ways that you can get involved, including supporting projects that are raising funds through the RSA curated area on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform.
Our work aspires to strengthen, empower and mobilise groups to work together in taking on today's most pressing social challenges. Find out how you can engage with our research and help us progress our key areas of work.
Selected Fellowship Projects
14th May 2015
Creating and supporting tomorrow's entrepreneurs by training marginalised people to run coffee stalls.
2nd January 2015
Talk the Talk is an RSA Catalyst funded project to support young people with English building language skills.
31st August 2015
GADA is an online incubator of public policies. GADA will turn civic engagement on its head by giving citizens the power to discuss, develop and disseminate their policy ideas.
be inspired by new ideas
The award-winning RSA Journal is a quarterly publication for Fellows, featuring the latest cutting-edge ideas from around the world.
Read opinion pieces on topical issues by Fellows and guest writers, and open up the debate by adding your comments and submitting your own articles.
Find out what the RSA has to say, join the debate online and connect with other Fellows who share your interests.
6th April 2016
An article by: Bhavani Esapathi FRSA
Most Autoimmune Conditions are chronic, incurable and invisible to society. Bhavani Esapathi FRSA explores the impact of limiting our definition of health.
22nd April 2016
An article by: Ed Whitelaw FRSA
Chair of RSA South West, Ed Whitelaw introduces us to one of the greatest portrait artists and once leading RSA Fellow, Joshua Reynolds.
1st April 2016
An article by: Ben Gibbs FRSA
Ben Gibbs FRSA, Director at Restart-Ed, former governor and, according to his children, a ‘way too involved dad’, looks at the impact of the DfE’s recent White Paper.
Here are the most frequently asked questions.
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Question: I've lost my Fellowship card
Please let the Fellowship team know that you need a replacement card and we will arrange for one be sent to you within ten working days. If you wish to visit the House in the intervening period, you still can – please make yourself known to reception when you arrive.
Question: I'm disabled and/or have access requirements
If you have any access requirements please let the RSA House know. RSA House is accessible via lifts within the house and has step-free access into the building as well. The Durham Street auditorium is fitted with an induction loop. If you have any questions please do contact us.
Question: I'd like to pay by Direct Debit
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