The Royal Geographical Society (RGS)

The Royal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers) is the professional body for geography. One of its aims is to stimulate the awareness and enjoyment of geography at all levels, for all people, both in the UK and around the world.

The Society supports over 22 research groups; promotes geography within the National Curriculum; produces scholarly publications; provides training in scientific field techniques; assists personal development in young people through expeditions; presents a popular national lecture series; and provides advice and information through its large map collection, library, and picture library.

Included in the Moving Here catalogue are old photographs of South Asia, the Caribbean and a collection of maps.

Currently working with Moving Here to create National Curriculum material for launch in early 2007.

Links

For more information and access to the Royal Geographical Society's see their website at www.rgs.org external link - opens in a new window.

Reproduction of Images

You may use the content provided by this Moving Here partner solely for your own private study, research, and instructional or educational purposes, either as printed copies or by downloading on to your personal computer. See Terms and Conditions.

However, if content is to be published in any medium for uses other than above, you must go directly to the partner to obtain a reproduction copy and will be subject to any reproduction fee they might charge.

Phone
020 7591 3060
Fax
020 7591 3061
email
pictures@rgs.org mailto link - creates a new email to this address
Adress
Royal Geographical Society
1 Kensington Gore,
London, SW7 2AR