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Articles & Blogs
What are community assets? And why do they matter? Keith Harrison-Broninski FRSA (leader of the RSA Catalyst project Town Digital Hub, “Your one stop shop for better local living”) reports on how a new series of RSA events ...
In this guest blog, Keith Harrison-Broninski FRSA, lead of the RSA Catalyst project Town Digital Hub, looks at how the RSA Heritage Index relates to the emerging concept of a Living Asset Map, and how heritage is all about ...
Keith Harrison-Broninski FRSA explores the political swing from big society to local grassroots movements, and the integration central and local democracy.
Politics has been far more successful than economics at reducing inequality and instability, in the UK at least. Keith Harrison-Broninski FRSA asks why this is.
The financial benefits of incorporating greater volunteer effort into local public services could be in the millions, even for small towns. Keith Harrison-Broninski explains why government need to shift its thinking.
Keith Harrison-Broninski FRSA explains why community hubs in towns provide a unique highly skilled employment opportunity for young people.
There are several reasons why a more collaborative model could enable councils to save money on public services, but crucial this strategy is addressing the issue of digital exclusion.
Complex collaboration across a community can make our public services more proactive and reduce pressure on the public purse, but how do we get there?
This is the first in a blog series by Keith Harrison-Broninski FRSA, which will explore a new way for cities, towns and rural communities to tackle the effects of austerity.
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