Follow the link to join this Fellow-led network based in Croydon, London.
The RSA’s Fellow-led thematic and local networks explore, devise, test or pioneer ideas which have the potential to become a powerful source of social change.
If you can't see a network near to you below, visit your local area page to find out about other opportunities where you are based. If you wish to start activity in a new location, see the RSA Networks Guidelines for clarity and support on this.
Alternatively, contact your RSA Area Manager or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this further.
It has been a wonderful experience sharing what we are most passionate about, finding like-minded Fellows who are interested in similar themes and mindsets, and each meeting brings with it a great learning opportunity.
uk area networks
We’re growing an informal local network in Durham to create a platform for Fellows to meet, explore opportunities to collaborate and be inspired by place-based topics.
Follow the link to join this Fellow-led network based in Greater Brighton.
Islington Network evenings are an opportunity to connect with a wide range of opportunities and skills, and also a chance to think about how Islington can be a better place for the fact that it hosts so many Fellows.
A Fellow-led network based on the Isle of Wight.
In and around Liverpool Fellows take part in a varied programme of events, from social gatherings to thought-provoking talks and discussions across a broad range of themes.
RSA Fellows meet in Newcastle on the third Wednesday of every month. We mix social gatherings (a space for people to connect, share and discuss ideas in an informal setting), with themed events (opportunities to hear from Fellows leading local projects or initiatives, be inspired and get involved).
The Oxford RSA Fellowship seeks to build a strong community of local Fellows through events, talks and a regular local networking. A very diverse, friendly group, we meet monthly to catch-up, learn about local organisations and activities in Oxfordshire & beyond.
RSA Tees Valley is a local Fellow-led network established by Eric Sandelands FRSA and Andy Price FRSA to champion the RSA values and mission in our area.
A range of Fellow-led networks organise events across Scotland on a range of topics. Currently Fellows have been meeting in Glasgow, Edinburgh, the Scottish Borders and St Andrews, with new networks being explored for the Highlands, Orkney and Shetland.
The Salisbury Network acts as a catalyst for new partnerships and change in our local area and for interacting more broadly with RSA national themes.
The RSA US is an active community of problem solvers. Our Fellows are leaders in their fields united by a commitment to social change and human progress.
RSA Oceania is a growing community of Fellows actively working to drive social change in Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. We work creatively to bring together people, ideas and initiatives to open up new ways of addressing the challenges of our time.
The aim of RSA Japan Fellows Network is to fuel the creativity of people and organisations in Japan and beyond. Officially launched in 2011 we have been organising 5-6 events each year on topics ranging from volunteering to social entrepreneurship.
The Fellow Artists’ Network (FAN), was started to give working artists the opportunity to network, discuss issues important to them and to show their (and others) work.
Building Inclusive Growth in Scotland Network
The RSA's Coaching Network mission is to turn coaching into a social contribution.
The Creativity in Public Services Network exists to enable Fellows to explore how to make the design and operation of public policy and services more open to creative approaches.
The Creative Learning and Development Network is based in Nottingham. More information to come soon. To learn more about this network and to join, follow this link.
This network will explore how the health service can move beyond a purely biomedical understanding of health, with prevention at its core.
The Inequality in Education Network aims to provide high quality presenters from the education or political worlds and use them to lead discussion on an aspect of the drivers of unequal outcomes in education in England.
How can we improve everyone’s experience of learning and education? How can we create successful futures for people, communities and society?
With the launch of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) it is now more than ever that a more connected and coordinated approach to solving the world's biggest challenges is needed.
Leading cultural change and enriching society around diverse and inclusive LGBT+ issues via lecture series, creative interventions and networking events while reducing stigma and stereotyping of LGBT+ people.
The MCICH runs a busy programme of events each year, primarily in Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders, exploring ideas across a wide range of topics.
The aim of the RSA’s Fellow-led Mindful Living Network is to engage, educate and inspire Fellows to live more purposeful, creative, inspired and mindful lives by sharing practical tools grounded on the latest scientific evidence and wisdom traditions.
The RSA Performing Arts Network enables connection between the widest range of performing arts professionals & enthusiasts, and people who are passionate about social change.
Your RSA Fellow-led Reinventing Work Network exists to connect individuals and organisations with progressive, human-centred workplace and work-life philosophies and practices.
A Fellow-led network based in the South West. To find out more, you can contact Nick Parker FRSA by following the Myrsa profile link below.
This network provides an opportunity for Fellows and others who work within, or have an interest in, the sustainability sphere to get together, share ideas and help the RSA take forward its sustainability agenda.
The Wellbeing network has been organising events and activity for several years in Scotland, including around issues relating to chemical sensitivity, Vitamin D deficiency, spirituality and the environment.
The aim of this new network is to create more opportunities for systems thinking to drive positive social change. Together, we'll share ideas and experiences, collaborate on projects and support other networks.