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RSA Journal

The award-winning RSA Journal is a quarterly publication for our Fellows, featuring the latest cutting-edge ideas from international writers, interviews with influential figures, high-quality imagery, plus RSA news and views.

First published in 1783, the Journal brings together the best global thinking and initiatives involving education, the economy, the environment and the arts. Many of the articles also include additional content such as video interviews and animations.

You can read the latest RSA Journal, and past issues, by exploring the digital library below or access all our individual articles here.

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  • Soul conversations


    Judah Armani

    A designer’s unorthodox approach is transforming the way education is delivered in prisons across the UK and in the US.

  • Young at heart


    Jonathan Rosser

    Becoming a nation with children at its centre in 10 courageous steps.

  • King Cole’s blue-sky thinking


    Mike Thatcher

    Sir Henry Cole’s list of achievements is long and varied — from the first director of the V&A to helping to establish the Great Exhibition. So it is only right that ‘King Cole’ is commemorated by a blue plaque where he lived and worked in London’s South Kensington.

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  • Earth Day: why it needs to be every day


    Phillip Ward

    This year’s Earth Day focuses on plastic pollution. It’s a massive problem that must be addressed, but we need to go beyond one-day initiatives to instil a sense of urgency in responding to all the issues we face.

  • Making the most of your late career


    Ann Thorpe

    How do you harness your potential in the last chapter of your career? Ann Thorpe explains how the Late Career Alliance could help to craft your career narrative, impact and legacy.

  • Living better for longer


    Peter Gore

    There is an inevitability that we will be able to do less as we get older, but everyone can influence when this happens. Peter Gore argues that we must reject age stereotypes and promote ‘healthy ageing’.

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  • Nine famous female Fellows inspiring inclusion


    Dean Samways

    International Women’s Day 2024 invites us to imagine a world where all genders enjoy equality. Where prejudice and discrimination no longer exist. This is the world our work is helping deliver to this and future generations.

  • Fellows Festival 2024: changemaking for the future


    Mike Thatcher

    The 2024 Fellows Festival was the biggest and boldest so far, with a diverse range of high-profile speakers offering remarkable stories of courageous acts to make the world a better place.

  • Inspired by nature


    Rebecca Ford Alessandra Tombazzi Penny Hay

    Our Playful green planet team summarises a ‘lunch and learn’ at RSA House that focused on how the influence of nature can benefit a child’s development.