Cllr Lib Peck joins an expert panel to discuss how cooperative deals with citizens, business and central Government can help to build fairer and more enterprising local economies.
Acclaimed academic Professor John Hills, and Guardian journalist and author Tom Clark join forces to investigate the realities of the welfare state in the post-recession era of austerity.
Professor June Andrews visits the RSA to discuss the profound changes dementia is having on our society and communities, and how we can best address this personal and collective challenge at all levels.
Dr Judith Rodin brings together ground-breaking research to outline a radical future in which individuals, companies & entire societies avert disaster by creating more resilient cities.
Jos de Blok visits the RSA to receive the 2014 Albert Medal for his pioneering role as founder and CEO of Buurtzorg, and to show how the movement can now spread to the rest of the world.
Sir John Elvidge, former Permanent Secretary to the Scottish Government, visits the RSA to explore how the state can improve public services and wellbeing by harnessing the strengths of its citizens, and devolving power to communities.
A panel comprising Lord Heseltine, Sir Richard Leese, Amanda Clack, Ben Lucas and more discuss how cities can play a more significant role in our political economy to create sustainable growth in the UK.
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