This is a list of actions being undertaken by the working group to achieve our objectives of
-connecting female Fellows to create an active and supportive network
- raising awareness of the RSA among women to address the current unrepresentative gender ratio
- supporting Fellows and others wanting to tackle some of the issues affecting women in the 21st century
This list is also available on the main RSA website hereOnline: Fellowship Council working group
Join the conversation online, and keep up to date with the latest news from this initiative and other Council activities (that's this!)Nominate: Tell us about other women you know who might be inspired by our mi...
Your nomination of friends and colleagues, who you think might be inspired by the RSA’s mission and values, is a way for you to share your optimism for building a progressive, inclusive and capable society. Fellow get Fellow nominations are an important way for Fellows to help add experience, enthusiasm, and expertise to the Fellowship community – and a key way of supporting the RSA’s goals.Exhibition: images and stories from the RSA Archives
Examples from our archives of the involvement of women in the RSA, and the ways in which we have attempted to tackle issues which have particularly affected women throughout our history. Event
: Focus on: Women launch event, 30 March 18.30 - 20.00, RSA House.
Event update coming soon...
: Blogging about women in technology on Ada Lovelace day
My post on Tessy's blog
: The Equality Gap - listen to the audio
Gender equality campaigns are arguably one of the most urgent and
relevant social justice movements in the UK today, so why are they
marginalised, trivialised, and sniggered at or ignored by both men and
Speakers to include: Kat Banyard, feminist campaigner and author of The
Equality Illusion; Dr Nina Power, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy,
Roehampton University; Deb Leary OBE, Founder and CEO of Forensic
Pathways and President of the British Association of Women
Entrepreneurs. Chair: Ceri Goddard, Chief Executive of the Fawcett
: Fellowship research team is spending 2 months researching and producing personalised invitations to inspirational, innovative potential women Fellows
Further events planned in Milton Keynes
and Bristol through May - July. More information coming soon...