06 Nov 2023
RSA House and online via YouTube
Economist and author Robert Skidelsky guides us through the evolution of our understanding of technology and what this means for our lives and our politics.
Public talks / Online
30 Oct 2023
RSA House and Online via YouTube
Our expert panel offer a striking insider view into the current state of civil service culture, structure and operations and ask how might we embed positive change in the Whitehall machine.
26 Oct 2023
ITV political editor Robert Peston looks at how our economics, society and politics went bust. And asks: can we abandon fatalism, and find new ways to rebuild prosperity, solidarity and purpose?
25 Oct 2023
Drawing on his recent experience as Chair of the Parliamentary Standards Committee, Sir Chris Bryant MP explores what has gone wrong in parliamentary politics in the UK and how we can fix it.
20 Sep 2023
The Lord Speaker of the House of Lords, Lord McFall of Alcluith, will discuss options for reform of Parliament’s Upper House, to enhance the effectiveness of its work of scrutiny and revision of legislation.
05 Sep 2023
Can pension reform help secure a more prosperous future for people and communities UK-wide? With investment experts Dame Elizabeth Corley, David Pitt-Watson and Michael Tory.
Public talks / Video / Online
27 Apr 2023
Alan Jope, outgoing CEO of Unilever, discusses the need for a system shift in business practice to unlock potential and support a regenerative economy.
Economist and philosopher Daniel Chandler offers a programme for how we might reshape our political and social institutions, reinvigorate democracy and transform capitalism.
24 May 2019
In this powerful new RSA Minimate, Michael Sandel confronts our age of stalling social mobility and entrenched inequality, and asks: what will it take to meet one of the biggest political challenges of our time?
08 Dec 2017
Are we wholly responsible for our actions? We don’t choose our brains, our genetic inheritance, our circumstances – so how much control do we really have over our lives? Philosopher Raoul Martinez argues that no one is truly blameworthy.
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