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Teenagency: summary of workshop findings


  • Education
  • Creativity

How do young people take part in social action, and why?

This is a summary of workshops exploring the findings of the RSA report Teenagency: How young people can create a better world.

The workshops were part of a research project by the RSA and the Centre for Real-World Learning at the University of Winchester, supported by the Templeton Religion Trust, and took place in October 2018. 

Read Teenagency: Summary of workshop findings (pdf, 6.1 MB)


Picture of Fran Landreth Strong
Researcher, Economic Security and Young People

Picture of Laura Partridge
Associate Director, Creative Learning and Education

Picture of Sam Grinsted
Coordinator, Creative Learning and Development