Friday, February 09, 2007
Matthew Taylor - Pro-Social Behaviour
Pro-Social Behaviour - the Future: it's up to us
In his first full lecture since joining the RSA as Chief Executive in November 2006, former Downing Street adviser Matthew Taylor has opened up a new avenue of action for the RSA programme department.
Entitled Pro-Social Behaviour - the Future: it's up to us, and featuring contributions from Minister for the Third Sector Ed Miliband and Professor Stephen Coleman of Leeds University, the lecture was presented to a full house in the RSA's Great Room on 7 February 2007.
Emphasising the power of socially accepted norms in shaping the way we behave as a society, and advocating a more citizen-centric approach to government and social change, the lecture gave a strong indication of the broad society changing issues that Matthew Taylor clearly wants the RSA to engage in under his leadership.
To listen to Matthew Taylor's lecture as an audio file or to read a pdf of his full essay, please visit the RSA website.
Read an interview with Matthew Taylor from The Daily Telegraph, and his personal views on Tony Blair handing over power from the Guardian Website.
Posted by RSA Fellows' Library at 9:58 AM