Our nationwide series of RSA Engage events are fast-paced and designed to help you quickly develop connections with like-minded people. The events feature 'lightning' presentations from Fellows leading innovative social change projects.
The RSA offers many opportunities for you to grow your network, be inspired by new ideas, and find out about innovative social change projects. As a future leader in the non-profit sector I hope you take advantage and get involved. Get in touch with Olivia, details at the bottom, to discuss your next steps.
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Charity chief executive, working to improve criminal justice policy and practice.
Chief Executive of Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Chair of East London Dance, Vice Chair of Look Ahead Care
Founder and CEO of Ditch the Label; the UK's anti-bullying charity
21st century society needs well-informed and well-intentioned folk to be discussing the great issues of our time. The RSA offers something special to those with a mind to change society for the better.
5th June 2015
An article by: Emma-Louise Boynton
Emma-Louise explores the myth of gender, and asks the question, "Are gender stereotypes holding back the 21st Century Enlightenment?"
24th July 2015
An article by: Maximilian Yoshioka
In the Chancellor’s latest budget, the programme of cuts implemented by the coalition government received a new impetus, with young people particularly affected by changes to tax credits, housing benefit, the benefits cap, ...
How Do We Drive Productivity and Innovation in the Charity Sector?
The RSA's efforts in engaging with the public to debate current social issues - from the Syrian Civil War, to climate change, religion and society, migration and identity, are laudable.
Creating 'mini-market' incubation spaces for young student makers to start developing their businesses within established street markets.
Creating and supporting tomorrow's entrepreneurs by training marginalised people to run coffee stalls.
Mapping and connecting food businesses with charities able to provide meals for citizens on low income.