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    Launch of "Developing Creative Education after Brexit: A Plan for Economic Growth"

    The All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group, in collaboration with the Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD) and The Culture Capital Exchange (TCCE), have launched a report on how creative education bodies can work with government and businesses to diversify the post-Brexit economy.   

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    APDIG release response to Industrial Strategy consultation

    The All Party Design and Innovation Group, in collaboration with the Design Business Association and the British Industrial Design Association, are deighted to issue their response to the Government's Industrial Strategy Consultaiton.

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    New report on the built environment calls on devolved governments, mayors and local authorities to step up

    The Design Commission has come up with solid evidence in difficult areas about what in our built environment makes our lives better. It has looked at what can make us healthier, what can make communities get on better with each other, what can preserve our air quality and save energy and what can enable higher productivity.  

    This report argues that there are clear design principles that can be led at different governmental levels, and that the private sector has a key role to play as a behavioural change leader, rather than simply an implementer of policy.  

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    Autumn Statement Response: Britain must “Own the Global Language of Innovation”

    Earlier this year, the All Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group (APDIG), together with our members at the Design Business Association, submitted A Design for Brexit to HM Treasury, detailing ways in which the Chancellor could ensure that this vital sector of the economy could continue to grow and contribute to the future prosperity of the UK.

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