Incredible Edible is a local food movement that's inspiring communities all over the world, changing the way they think about community, learning and business.
It started with ‘propaganda planting’, filling unloved public places with food to share:…
Local media isn't dying. It's just being badly cared for, and won't recover unless communities take action themselves.
Co-operatives UK and Carnegie UK Trust have joined together to organise a series of meetings across the UK to showcase how communities are taking control of their local media. Come to one of our 8 workshops and learn how local media can be more sustainable, accountable and relevant than ever before, and how you can achieve the same success where you…Continue
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[Please note: John is currently on holiday with limited access to the internet - he's asked me to post his candidate's statement here on his behalf, in case Fellows have missed it on the main RSA website and as a way of introducing John to the discussions taking place here on the RSA Fellowship Social Network]
I am Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of East Anglia. Following experience as a teacher I developed an academic career as an applied educational and…Continue
Added by Jemima Gibbons on July 2, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
We are pleased to announce that the elections for the new Regional/National Chairs and Fellowship Councillors are now open. This is your chance to vote and help establish new Regional/National Teams who will work with Fellows to develop activity across the RSA.
Electoral Reform Services (ERS) is administering the election on behalf of the RSA.
Please cast your vote via the ERS website. You will…Continue
Added by RSA Networks on June 29, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
I'm a fairly new Fellow (please be gentle with me).
I want to take advantage of my newness before I forget what it feels like and suggest that there might be ways that new Fellows could be supported as part of the induction process. If the suggestions fall on fertile ground I'm happy to devote some time to helping that happen.
I was fortunate enough to attend an excellent New Fellows event a bit more than a week ago, which has coincided with me shifting from being a pretty…Continue
Over the next few months there will be a number of opportunities for Fellows who would like to become more engaged on a voluntary basis in the way the RSA is run – and my colleague Brinda Sittapah, the RSA’s Governance Manager outlines what is happening and the opportunities available:
Q) What are the available posts? A) We’re looking for three…Continue
Added by Viv Long-Ferguson on May 24, 2012 at 10:00 — No Comments
Sports Direct Arena?
I must admit to rather choking on my toast this morning as I saw the news of St James’ Park, home of Newcastle United FC, being renamed as the Sports Direct Arena. Commercial branding of stadia has become a recurring trend in recent years (e.g. The Emirates for Arsenal, Etihad for Man City and the Reebok for Bolton), however there has been a presumption that certain names were off limits. It was inconceivable that proud stadia such as Anfield, Old Trafford…
Added by Jamie Cooke on November 10, 2011 at 16:06 — No Comments
Events, or specifically lectures, are probably the resource for which the RSA is best known. Whether it is the incredible collection of world leading speakers we have at John Adam Street; the innovative Animate series; or the range of events that take place outside London, as a Society we put together some incredible lectures.
This week I attended the RSA’s lecture at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, where the future of the city was discussed. The following day, I…Continue
Added by Jamie Cooke on August 26, 2011 at 15:15 — No Comments
I had the great pleasure in attending the Big Jump yesterday at the Sage, Gateshead. Organised by Dr Jim TerKeurst FRSA, from the Institute of Digital Innovation at Teesside University, and his team this event explored the role of social enterprises within the Big Society context, and particularly in relation to the North East. The event was supported by RSA Catalyst, and demonstrated the impact that the Catalyst Fund can make in promoting relevant, important events.
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Added by Wiard Sterk on February 14, 2011 at 12:47 — No Comments
Since my initial newsletter insert about the need to develop a RSA Women Speaker Network I have been delighted by a response of nearly two hundred emails in support of the initiative from the Fellowship and beyond. Many have asked ‘what is your vision?’…Continue
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