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Higher Education Commission Does one size fit all?

LAUNCH 'One Size Won’t Fit All: the Challenges Facing the Office for Students' report with Shadow Minister, Gordon Marsden MP.

14th September 2017
Launch of the Higher Education Commission’s fifth inquiry report 'One Size Won't Fit All: the Challenges Facing the Office for Students' with Shadow Minister, Gordon Marsden MP.
Future Gas Series 1: Next Steps for the Gas Grid

LAUNCH 'Future Gas Series 1: Next Steps for the Gas Grid' with Dr Alan Whitehead MP, James Heappey MP & Drew Hendry MP

12th September 2017
Policy Connect and Carbon Connect are launching the first report in the three-part research project: 'Future Gas Series 1: Next Steps for the Gas Grid' with MPs Dr Alan Whitehead, James Heappey and Drew Hendry from across the parties.
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LAUNCH 'Developing Creative Education After Brexit: a Plan for Economic Growth' with the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP

11th September 2017
The Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD), Policy Connect, the All Party Design and Innovation Group (APDIG), and The Culture Capital Exchange (TCCE) warmly invite you the launch of 'Developing Creative Education After Brexit: a Plan for Economic Growth' setting out policy recommendations to give art, design and creative education the capacity to continue to contribute to the wider economy.

Will Government change its ‘one size fits all’ funding structures as they force students out of the system?

Policy Connect and the Higher Education Commission released One Size Won’t Fit All: the Challenges Facing the Office for Students. Our report calls on the newly-founded Office for Students to recognise that the funding structures in higher education are fundamentally flawed. They force alternative providers to move towards standard campus-based, three year degrees. Therefore, not providing better student choice or flexible courses.

Training the next generation of design engineers

Training the Next Generation of Designers & Engineers

12th October 2017
The All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group (APDIG) and All-Party Parliamentary Group for Skills and Employment (APGSE) - in collaboration with the Edge Foundation and Design and Technology Association - are delighted to host an exclusive panel event and showcase, demonstrating how design and technology at the secondary level can be used to train the next generation of designers and engineers as part of a new industrial strategy.
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LAUNCH: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Saving Lives, Advancing Treatment

11th October 2017
A call for action across the healthcare sector

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