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    Make and Create: Design and Innovation in Practice Based Research

    On Monday 9th July, 2018, the All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group (APDIG) and V&A Research Institute (VARI) were delighted to host a day of events to discuss how design influences practice-based research and is being used to give students and professionals a better understanding of practical creative thinking.

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    Falmouth University join APDIG

    The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Design and Innovation are delighted to welcome Falmouth University as member of the APDIG. Originally founded as the Falmouth School of Arts in 1902, it formally recieved university status in 2012 and has established itself as one of the leading institutions for creative education in the South West. 

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    Designing Information for Public Understanding

    On Monday 5th February 2018, the All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group and the Centre for Information Design Research at the University of Reading were delighted to host a panel discussion and parliamentary reception to discuss developments in this fascinating sector.

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    Training the Next Generation of Designers and Engineers

    On Thursday 16th October 2017, the All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group (APDIG) and All-Party Parliamentary Group for Skills and Employment (APGSE), in partnership with the Edge Foundation and the Design and Technology Association, hosted a panel discussion and student showcase examining the UK's training of designers and engineers. 

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