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15 Nov 2018
Fran Landreth Strong
Fran Landreth Strong explores the three main findings from our series of events that asked what it takes to deliver high-quality 'double benefit' youth social action projects.
21 Oct 2018
Divya Marie Kato
In September, the RSA Japan Fellows Network ran: Ruskin Calling: Educating Hands, Heads & Hearts In The Age Of AI; a hands-on event exploring the kind of education that will prepare us for changing times. Here, event organiser and Fellow Divya Marie Kato reflects.
12 Aug 2018
Young people are giving back more to society than adults might expect: but why must we ensure all young people are benefiting from participation in social action?
15 Dec 2017
Modern narratives surrounding adolescence present a polarising picture of today's teenagers. But these stories are far older, and far more complex, than they appear.
01 Nov 2017
This month, the RSA embarks on a timely new research project in collaboration with the University of Winchester’s Centre for Real-World Learning to explore how young people might capitalise on their uniquely creative adolescent years for the benefit of their communities.
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