Update from RSA Global – March 2019

Jay Owen Global Citizen

Global Newsletter

March 2019

I’m excited to share all the global activity going on this quarter; there are so many ways to get involved.

Read on to explore the RSA’s latest report on Inclusive Growth featuring eight global case studies; meet your new Global Fellowship Councillors, and discover how you can host a talk at the RSA from all over the world, via video link. ????

For those of you in Southeast Asia, great news – I’ll be visiting the region next month. I’m keen to meet with Fellows and to discover new partners working in social innovation.

As ever, I’d love to hear from you so get in touch if you have an idea for social change and action you want to share.


Lauren Orso

Global Manager

Inclusive Growth in action: eight ?????global initiatives

Towns and cities across the world have started to show real enthusiasm for inclusive growth against a backdrop of economic uncertainty and persistent inequality. From Seoul to Barcelona, discover the eight global examples of initiatives that reveal what a bold re-imagining of our economy might look like in practice in the RSA’s latest report.


Learning from Fellows in Southeast Asia

In March and April 2019, the RSA’s global team will be visiting Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur on the hunt for social innovations and exploring potential for an action-oriented Fellows network.

Pitch to speak at the RSA’s Friday Conversations

Do you have an idea you want to share? Fellows are invited to host a talk on The Steps at Rawthmells and now remotely via video link. Or you can tune in to the discussions streamed every Friday for inspiration.


Fake news and disinformation: what comes next?

The RSA’s Adanna Shallowe gives her views on the recent findings of the UK Parliament Select Committee for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport inquiry into Disinformation and Fake News.

Seeking inspiration from the street: join the World Wide Wander??

Rachel Crowther FRSA and Producer at Street Wisdom invites Fellows from around the world to take to the streets and join the World Wide Wander this September.

RSA Connector in Poland hosts lecture series

Alexandra Krawiec FRSA reflects on the first two lectures she is organising in Pozna?, Poland. Three talks on three different topics with respected scientific experts designed to provide an opportunity for the public to listen first-hand to the facts in a time of misinformation.

Help shape the international future of National Park Cities

Guerrilla Geographer Daniel Raven-Ellison FRSA, founder of the campaign to make London the world’s first National Park City, is inviting RSA Fellows to help shape the future of this new movement. Will your city be next?