RSA Event / Video / Online
09 Mar 2023
Leading experts from the worlds of evolutionary psychology and business management, Tracey Camilleri, Samantha Rockey and Robin Dunbar talk through the concept of ‘the social brain’ and what it can teach us about how human groups function.
07 Mar 2023
Can we bridge the divide from dominant educational models to a new approach, where personal, social and ecological wellbeing is at the very heart of how we teach and learn? With regenerative educators Satish Kumar, Rachel Musson and Ben Rawlence.
09 Feb 2023
Bafta-nominated film director Georgia Oakley, author Paul Baker, and educators Catherine Lee and Bennie Kara explore and celebrate 20 years of social change movements that shaped progress towards a more inclusive education in the UK.
02 Feb 2023
Author Ed Smith offers a new way of thinking about decision-making, leadership and success, drawing on insights from his time as Chief Selector of the England cricket team.
RSA Event / Video
29 Sep 2022
Astronomer Royal Martin Rees argues that if we are to solve the multiple crises we now face, we need long-term, rational, global thinking, guided by values science alone cannot provide.
20 Sep 2022
Lord Andrew Mawson and Sir Sam Everington, recipients of the 2022 RSA Albert Medal, will talk about creating new contexts for health through social prescribing, the innovative approach now widely used in the NHS.
15 Sep 2022
The ways that we interpret and describe our emotions is heavily gendered. Pragya Agarwal, behaviour and data scientist, explores how this came to be and the impact it has on our lives and society.
29 Jun 2022
How can design help us to build a better future? Alice Rawsthorn, award-winning design critic, author and co-founder of Design Emergency, delivers the 2022 RSA Student Design Awards keynote address.
09 Jun 2022
Designed as white by default, the British education system is in drastic need of change. Author, broadcaster and educator Jeffrey Boakye draws on his experiences and expertise as a black teacher and black student to share why change is necessary and what forms it should take.
12 May 2022
2021-2022 Nine Dots Prize winner, Trish Lorenz, answers the question of what it means to be young in an ageing world by exploring the unique opportunities and challenges faced by the youth populations of Sub-Saharan Africa.
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