As the world faces the critical issues of Covid-19, climate emergency and political disquiet, what are the novel democratic approaches we can deploy to tackle these acute and existential challenges?
How can a more ‘active democracy’ break political deadlock, build civic trust and drive transformative collaboration between government, civil society and communities?
One month on from Climate Assembly UK’s reported recommendations and with the US election looming, RSA chief executive Matthew Taylor is joined in conversation with OECD policy analyst Claudia Chwalisz, chief executive of Reboot Panthea Lee and professor of politics Graham Smith to explore practical strategies for long-term change.
This event marks the London launch of the OECD report on innovative citizen participation and new democratic institutions: Catching the Deliberative Wave.
What Democracy Needs Now
Great Room, RSA House
In his annual RSA Chief Executive’s Lecture Matthew Taylor makes a case for radical reform of our political and policymaking systems in the face of a growing crisis of liberal democracy.
Future change in health and social care after Covid-19
The desire for change in the system is there. We need citizen involvement to make it happen.
Design principles for democratic innovation
Ed Cox on the opening of the International Week of Democratic Innovation at the People's History Museum in Manchester.