The RSE has published the latest Annual Report for the session April 2020–March 2021.
The report contains a foreword from the RSE President, Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, as well as information regarding aims and objectives, news of corporate activities and achievements throughout the year, the RSE Post-Covid-19 Futures Commission, management and governance, a financial review and a summary of accounts.
Speaking of the report, RSE Chief Executive, Dr Rebekah Widdowfield said:
This year brought significant challenges as Covid-19 led to unimaginable losses for individuals, communities and businesses and had a profound impact on our work and home lives. In the midst of the pandemic, we remained steadfastly committed to delivering our mission of ‘knowledge made useful’, adapting both our working practices and our focus, to the world in which we found ourselves. The 2020-2021 annual report, therefore, shares the highlights of what was an exceptional year where we shifted all our activities online, continued to deliver a core programme of activity, while reorienting other work to Covid-19-related priorities.Dr Rebekah Widdowfield, Chief Executive