01 Feb 2023
Safety in engineering is vital and introducing new technologies to protect workers is important in supporting the future of the profession. This blog outlines milestones in a related project and discusses upcoming engagement opportunities.
20 Jan 2023
Andy Haldane defines his vision for a fairer, more accessible and fit-for-purpose education and learning system of the future in this blog.
05 Jan 2023
A universal basic income can alleviate anxiety and depression in young people. Elliott and Matthew Johnson of Northumbria University explore the benefits this kind of economic security can deliver.
15 Dec 2022
The RSA’s research into young people’s economic security has found that 47% are financially precarious. Whilst this figure is stark, the ‘Age of Insecurity’ report shows the reality for young people is even starker.
24 Nov 2022
The welfare state is 80 years old today. Helen Barnard recounts the huge societal benefits the Beveridge report introduced and speculates how we can carry its spirit forward in the modern era.
28 Sep 2022
Lianna Etkind, RSA Central Fellowship Areas and Engagement Manager, explores the social benefits of the four-day week and calls for more participation to create the future of work.
21 Sep 2022
Learn about the twelve-month journey of The Good Work Guild and the recommendations its global network of Fellows and work practitioners have made.
29 Jul 2022
We're hosting a series of participatory futures workshops over summer 2022. Join us to explore how changes to the energy system could bring citizens together to collectively imagine better futures.
09 May 2022
Fabian Wallace-Stephens (Foresight Lead)
What mix of soft, technical, and digital skills will be needed in different sectors or local economies in the future?
12 Jan 2022
Fran Landreth Strong
With our research finding that around half of young people are financially precarious, Fran Landreth Strong examines concerning trends in young people’s economic security.
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