Carers in Society is an RSA project that is designed to support involuntary, unremunerated carers. It does this by raising awareness of the diversity of these carers and their needs and campaign for change on their behalf.See More
"To quote Elvis:
A little less conversation, a little more action please
All this aggravation aint satisfactioning me
A little more bite and a little less bark
A little less fight and a little more spark
Close your mouth and open up your heart and…"
"Turning the RSA into a fellowship
The RSA has many strengths – for example, its house, lectures, Journal, Fellows and reputation. It also has a prominent weakness: Fellows' difficulty in connecting with each other. That gives rise to an…"
"The RSA isn't even a social club. How can it be when there isn't an accessible directory of Fellows? Matthew and Belinda should walk the talk by inviting all Fellows for whom they have email addresses to join the OpenRSA website and to add…"
"Fellows who don't have an email address can't join any online network and are excluding themselves rather than being excluded or unserved, Fellows may be unaware of OpenRSA so bringing to to everyone's attention would be a service.…"
"It's not just the fact that it's taking years, Belinda, it's the fact that the delay is unnecessary. As I said, data can be loaded to the Ning database in an hour. I've just spoken to the ICO who tell me there's nothing in…"
"Following a warm and informative meeting with Belinda in the Gerard Bar last week I’m adding better air-conditioning to my list of quick wins! We shared a vision of an RSA where Fellows interact without central direction or involvement except…"
"The RSA has many strengths – for example, its house, lectures, Journal, Fellows and reputation. It also has a prominent weakness: Fellows' difficulty in connecting with each other. That gives rise to an opportunity to harness the positive…"
Aug 10, 2009
Peter J Bebb is now a member of RSA Fellowship Social Network social network
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.