Set up your MyRSA profile and start connecting with other Fellows online. You can search according to location, skills and interests and make contact using a private messaging tool.
CONNECT TO THE NETWORK
Find out about the RSA's Global Connectors. Connectors are Fellows who mobilise activity, connect Fellows and take action in their local area.
The RSA has two sister organisations, RSA US in the United States and RSA ANZ in Australia & New Zealand. Find out more about their work and the activities and events on offer for Fellows.
We run a program of online seminars and support Fellows to host their own events.
7th December 2018
Online / Zoom
Join Becca Antink and Tom Harrison, researchers in the RSA’s Public Services and Communities team, for a discussion on the drivers of social isolation.
30th November 2018
The Steps at Rawthmells
Join Laura Partridge, Senior Researcher in the RSA’s Education team, for a discussion on the the role of teachers, families, communities and young people themselves in creating an education system that works for every child. ...
14th November 2018
Online / Zoom
In this interactive online event, we'll explore what lessons we can learn from circular activities in emerging economies, and identify how the RSA's Global Fellowship can contribute.
BLOGS, events and networks
17th December 2018
RSA Catalyst Grant awardee, Jonathan Harper FRSA, CEO of Future Foundations, is inviting RSA Fellows with a passion for high quality social action to volunteer as a GSL Global Goals Hero.
21st December 2018
An article by: Adanna Shallowe
Adanna Shallowe, RSA Senior Global Manager, reflects on the issue of gender and imminent threat of climate change following the close of COP24, the recent climate summit held in Poland in early December.
28th November 2018
An article by: Jenny Andersson FRSA
Jenny Anderson FRSA asks: can redesigning 'business as usual' and accelerating the transition to a circular economy address our current ecological, social and psychological divides?
SUPPORT AND RESOURCES
The RSA offers Fellows grants via the Catalys Programme, support for crowdfunding, and help with utilising the expertise within the Fellowship to make your project a success. Have an idea you want to turn into reality? Find out more here.
Blogging provides an opportunity for Fellows to share their unique professional and personal experience, foster intelligent debate and put forward new ideas that could solve our most pressing social problems.
Our new coffeehouse Rawthmells allows for Fellows to submit ideas and invite collaboration with the global Fellowship community. Find out how you can apply to be featured here.