02 Dec 2022
Read the findings of our partnership with Bayes Impact, funded by the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, as we supported the design and evaluation of their Jobflix platform.
17 Nov 2022
Digital badging can standardise the modern exam system invented by the RSA. Now we're championing innovation to validate the skills and capabilities these exams miss.
16 Mar 2022
Now the average person will have 12 jobs in their lifetime; for most, long gone is the era where one person could learn a skill and have one job for life. A widening gap of inequality is in play. What can we do about it?
09 Sep 2021
The RSA Driving Ambition project, which started as a collaboration between a small group of Fellows in North Oxfordshire and local schools, is now going into its tenth year of mentoring and supporting Oxfordshire’s young people to reach their potential.
10 Aug 2021
Owen Berkeley-Hill FRSA
Owen Berkeley-Hill FRSA outlines his journey to understanding the potential for people at the bottom of societies to provide some of the radical and sustainable responses we need to climate change and other challenges.
24 Mar 2021
It is nearly six years since it was recommended to create a 'Cities of Learning' programme to establish a model designing and delivering inclusive lifelong learning, tailored to the needs of local people and economies. The RSA’s Tom Kenyon outlines the progress that has been made.
13 Jul 2019
The regeneration of Stratford shows how a skills mismatch can mean local people don't always benefit from local jobs.
23 May 2019
For this report the RSA and WorldSkills UK, supported by the Further Education Trust for Leadership (FETL), found inspiring examples of innovation in skills from around the world to help improve UK policy.
Lessons for technical and vocational education from Switzerland, Shanghai, Russia, and Singapore.
13 Feb 2019
The importance of flexibility, quality, & business leadership.
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