Welcome: Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA)
July 27, 2018
The BCCJ is delighted to welcome RSA Japan on becoming an Entrepreneur Member!
RSA Japan Fellows' Network (RSA JFN) is a diverse network of individuals, each working to enrich society through innovative ideas and actions. We organise events which inspire people to engage in the social and cultural challenges facing Japan today. Our activities build on the RSA’s 260 year history of social innovation.
The RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) was founded during the 18tth century Enlightenment period in a coffee shop in Covent Garden. Today, through its extensive research programme and global network of 29,000 fellows, the RSA is working to deliver 21st century enlightenment. The Japan Fellows’ Network seeks out opportunities to share RSA thinking here in Japan and contribute a Japanese perspective to the RSA’s research. Current topics for the RSA include: “The Future of Work”, “Food, Farming & Countryside”, and “Learning about Culture”.
We are proud to be partnering with BCCJ to explore these and other topics through panel events and round-table discussions, such as the 2017 event “The Future of Work and the Gig Economy”:
If you are interested in finding out more please send your details to <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> so we can keep you informed of future activities.
You can also find out what it takes to become a Fellow of the RSA here.
RSA JFN: “championing new ways to think, act and be, in response to the challenges of our times"