Welcome to the online space for RSA Fellows in the South East Region.You can meet other Fellows, post discussions on our forum, find out about local events and read the latest blogs. The South East region covers Brighton, East Sussex, Kent, Medway and parts of Surrey and West Sussex. Events RSA events are run by Fellows…See More
This group is intended for Fellows who are business people engaged in commerce.You don't have to be an entrepreneur, have a social purpose, or even be profitable.Once a few people sign up we can discuss what the group might want to do and how it might do that.Remember: engaging in discussions online is important. It helps people to get to know you, and to decide whether they like you. This is crucial before they can trust you and so recommend you to their own precious networks. Even if you…See More
*A Fellowship Council Working Group* A space for Fellowship Council members and other interested Fellows to examine and discuss the development of partnerships that the RSA has with other organisations.
A conversation about how people are interpreting the concept of Big Society and does it need tightening as Matthew Taylor suggests, or might a 'baggy' concept be a strength and help more people get involved?
A group to discuss the insights of Complexity research and use them to build on the Social Brain project to improve understanding of how best to organise, both in formal groups and communities.See More
This is a group for those interested in fostering greater co-operation in business and society. We are looking to share ideas and thinking in the run up to a possible RSA event later this year.See More
Journalist and trend forecaster James Wallman explains why more and more of us are suffering from “stuffocation” – where instead of feeling enriched by the things we own, we are stifled and overwhelmed by them.
Professor Moshe Szyf’s trailblazing research in epigenetics highlights the impact that external factors and the social environment can have on gene expression. In this special RSA NSPCC event, he considers how we deploy the latest scientific thinking to some of today's toughest challenges.
Leading international development consultant and researcher Ben Ramalingam and NESTA chief executive Geoff Mulgan discuss how insights from the cutting edge of science can help make foreign aid more appropriate, innovative, and catalytic.