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 # RSA Fellows'​ Forum # RSA Fellows'​ Forum
  
-The RSA Fellows'​ Forum was launched in March 2017 following a heated discussion on LinkedIn at the end of 2016. That mirrored earlier discussions,​ [like these in 2012](attitudes),​ when Fellows expressed their desire for betters ways to connect and engage with RSA.  
  
-//Note October 2019: the forum is currently little usedbecause of lack of volunteers or other resources for admin and facilitation. Fellowship Council ​is bringing together ​a group to review its future//.+UpdateBy November 2019 activity on the forum had dropped, and the organising committee disbandedMembers of the Fellowship Council, led by Peter Clitheroe, are exploring future options. I've volunteered to act temporary admin on the forum, and contribute to Peter'​s ​group
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 +The RSA Fellows'​ Forum was launched in March 2017 following a heated discussion on LinkedIn at the end of 2016. That mirrored earlier discussions,​ [like these in 2012](attitudes),​ when Fellows expressed their desire for betters ways to connect and engage with RSA
  
 This time a group of Fellows, led by Fellowship Councillors Judy Rees, took the initiative rather than asking staff to act. We set up a [working group on Slack.com](https://​ffwg.slack.com),​ and then created a [Fellows Forum](http://​fellowsforum.thersa.org/​) using Discourse. There are now more than 600 members, and some lively discussions. The Forum has the support of [Fellowship Council](https://​www.thersa.org/​about-us/​governance/​fellowship-council),​ and assistance from RSA staff in recruiting members. This time a group of Fellows, led by Fellowship Councillors Judy Rees, took the initiative rather than asking staff to act. We set up a [working group on Slack.com](https://​ffwg.slack.com),​ and then created a [Fellows Forum](http://​fellowsforum.thersa.org/​) using Discourse. There are now more than 600 members, and some lively discussions. The Forum has the support of [Fellowship Council](https://​www.thersa.org/​about-us/​governance/​fellowship-council),​ and assistance from RSA staff in recruiting members.
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