This is a group to discuss and make progress on the proposal for a fellowship-led youth linking initiative.Mobilising the FRSA to link, in a structured way, with young people in order to provide information, advice, guidance and support.The broad outline is to build a network of young people, and tap into existing networks, creating an active link, both live and online, between young people and the FRSA.The motivation and focus for bringing these groups together is to: 1). develop a structured…See More
"Excellent suggestion Tessy. And this can work really well - I've used a similar process called a Waffle Bank (see photos) where we work with a local group and visit them for one of their activities. We bring a portable waffle cooker and sit…"
Online space for the Projects Working Group. How do we move this working group forward, what are the key areas that require focus and development? Are our projects representative of RSA 21st century enlightenment
*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 Fellowship Council Working Group* Objectives TBC - raise awareness of cultural shift at RSA, wider consulation on Charter development, collaborate in redrafting Charter, embed values and aims as a spur to action
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?
At work and in my spare time, I try and make sure that for each of the people we involve, the projects can be exciting and rewarding.
Listening to what issues matter to people and working out with them what they can do about it. Developing their skills so they can develop projects or campaign on the issues that matter to them with others. Supporting projects or campaigns that people want to develop.
Don't just get people on your dancefloor, get them to run the show and they'll join your revolution.
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.