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    Design is good for our economy and democracy - but it is in danger

    APDIG Manager Naomi Turner responds to Martin Roth's Evening Standard Piece which argues that 'great design boosts our economy and democracy'. 

    Read Martin Roth's article here

    Read our blog here

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    New Term Paper published

    The APDIG has published its latest Term Paper, entitled 'Design Research and Public Policy'. The paper highlights cutting edge design processes and practice in and around UK government, with contributions from Dr Andrea Siodmok, Jocelyn Bailey, Prf Alison Black and Dr Sarah Teasley.

    Read more about the Term Paper here

    Download the Term Paper here

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    New Design Commission report

    The Design Commission published its newest report, 'Designing the Digital Economy: Embedding Growth through Design, Innovation and Technology', on Wednesday 14th May.
     
    Chaired by Lord Inglewood of Hutton in the Forest and co-chaired by Gillian Youngs, Professor of Digital Economy at Brighton University, the report will be launched formally at a reception in Parliament.
     
     
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    Breakfast Roundtable - Beauty, Planning and Policy

    Thank you to the Royal Academy of Arts and our speakers - Lord Richard Rogers, Nick Raynsford MP, Sam Jacob, Christopher Le Brun and Chair Charles Saumarez Smith - for an informative discussion on beauty, policy and the built environment on 20th May. 

    Full write up here

The All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group is a forum for open debate between Parliament and the UK’s design and innovation communities.