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Matthew Taylor's blog This morning I chaired an event in a packed Great Room to launch an RSA report on the scope for large retailers to be active contributors to community life. It is easy to see corporate responsibility as a marginal issue in comparison to the big questions of public policy. Also, as the report focussed in particularly on one initiative – Asda’s community life programme – the research could be seen as public relations flim flam. But having read the report and chaired the event I think the future of retail sector and its relationship to local communities is significant and am reassured that the RSA and Asda have flagged up some of the significant challenges ahead for what we term ‘community venturing’. There are 46 million retail transactions in the UK each day. Matthew Taylor's blog

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#RSABeyondGDPOur politicians are hung up on keeping the growth curve rising. But does GDP really tell us all we need to know about a country's wealth and well-being? In this new RSA Short, Kate Raworth makes a powerful argument to look beyond economic growth alone for a true measure of prosperity and progress. Kate Raworth is a renegade economist teaching at Oxford University, and is focused on the rewriting of economics to make it a fit tool for addressing the 21st century's social and ecological challenges. theRSAorg's Channel
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Royal Society of Arts, London The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) is a British organisation committed to finding practical solutions to today's social challenges.[1] Based in London, it is usually known as the RSA or Royal Society of Arts for brevity (including on the building's frieze — see photograph). The Society was founded in 1754, was granted a Royal Charter in 1847,[2] and the right to use the term Royal in its name by King Edward VII in 1908. RSA RSA
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Whitley Abbey Community School, a Business and Enterprise College, Abbey Road, Coventry, UK – Home Our aim is to ensure each child develops into a responsible young adult with high self-esteem, excellent examination grades and the skills and competencies to equip them for success into the future. As an independent school our expectations are high, attendance, punctuality, behaviour, uniform and attitude to learning should be excellent. In return Whitley Academy provides a safe stimulating environment with high quality teaching designed to ensure motived and effective learners. Whitley Abbey Community School, a Business and Enterprise College, Abbey Road, Coventry, UK – Home
Whole Education - Introduction - Who we are Whole Education is a partnership of like-minded schools, organisations and individuals that believe that all young people should have a fully rounded education, developing the knowledge, skills and qualities needed to help them thrive in life and work. Education should be much more than examination syllabuses, national tests or the national curriculum so Whole Education encourages everyone involved in education to look outside the narrow confines of these externally imposed constraints. The government is giving schools new curriculum freedoms. Now is the time to re-think the curriculum and ensure that all young people have access to the right blend of knowledge and skills. If you agree with us about the purpose of education then why not join us? Explore our website; if you're a school- join our Network (for free) or find out about becoming a Pathfinder school, see our partner organisations' exciting projects and meet people who share your views at our range of events. Whole Education - Introduction - Who we are
EDeAN - Design for All - Welcome to Design for All Education and Training Design for All is about ensuring that environments, products, services and interfaces work for people of all ages and abilities. Many professionals and students are interested in this, but there has been no easy source of information, methods, tools and examples to help them achieve it. This website aims to plug that gap by bringing together new and existing information and making it accessible via a single user-friendly interface. EDeAN - Design for All - Welcome to Design for All Education and Training
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RSA Fellowship Social Network - Social Network for RSA Fellows RSA Fellowship Social Network - Social Network for RSA Fellows Review of RSA Fellowship nings, social networks Recently the RSAde Group reviewed and consolidated various social networks. Each RSA region now has a dedicated space with an aim of improving communication and reducing fragmentation. If you would like further information on these changes please contact the RSAde team via the Digital Engagement group on this network. RSA Events The True Cost of Economics
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List of FRSA Below is a partial list of Fellows of the Royal Society of Arts (Formally, the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).[1] Fellows are eligible to use the post-nominals letters FRSA. Fellows are elected to the Fellowship[2][3][4] and must have demonstrated achievement or potential related to the arts, manufactures and commerce. "The RSA Fellowship is an international community of over 27,000 achievers and influencers from a wide array of backgrounds and professions, distinguished by the letters FRSA. Fellows are social entrepreneurs to scientists, community leaders to commercial innovators, artists and journalists to architects and engineers, and many more List of FRSA
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