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Islington Network

Did you know there are about 1000 Fellows living or working in an Islington postcode? Many are brimming with energy, expertise and ideas, so 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. The network brings people together around four times a year to discuss topics put forward by participants. Over the year these are likely to include both topical and longer-term issues. The aim is to engage the unusually wide range of experience of participants in talking and thinking more deeply about complex issues.

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  • RSA Islington: Art, empowerment and climate change

    Fellowship Event / Online


    Join the RSA Islington Network at this Q&A with Nigerian artist-filmmaker Wilfred Ukpong on his youth project and collaborative film Future-World-EXV (2019).

  • RSA Islington: Being sustainably sustainable

    Fellowship Event / Online

    Online via Zoom

    Carbon Counts is building a group of volunteers wishing to become as sustainable, environmentally friendly and low carbon as possible. We will discuss the benefits of such a group and the wider implications for society as it faces up to the climate emergency.

  • RSA Islington Network: exploring degrowth

    Fellowship Event / Online

    Online via Zoom

    Join the RSA Islington Network to explore the far-reaching and radical ideas of “degrowth”.

Fed up with superficial responses to complex issues? Islington RSA Network brings together people with a huge range of professional experiences to explore the challenges of the world and the borough. Come along to one of our meetings to find out more and put forward your suggestions for future topics.