n this introductory clip, the scene is set for the new vision of the RSA. RSA Chief Executive, Matthew Taylor, speaks of the 'social aspiration gap': the gap between how we think and behave now, and how we need to behave in order to create the society we say we wish to live in. He sets this up as a challenge for the Fellowship of the RSA, inviting them to help shape the activity of the organisation. In his new agenda, the RSA becomes an 'RAC for civic innovation', with a mobilised Fellowship which can begin to address and act upon the demands and ambitions of our current world.
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