APPG Creative Diversity HE

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Creative Diversity is exploring creative education and ‘What Works’ to support diversity in the talent pipeline. Building on the 2021 Creative Majority report, which examined ‘What Works’ to enhance equity, diversity & inclusion in the creative sector, the new project will explore ‘What Works’ to support diversity in creative education and the talent pipeline, with a focus on the 16+ age category. This will include an examination of formal tertiary education and programmes that ‘work’ outside formal education. This page includes information and interim reports, with the final report expected in summer 2023.

The project is supported by:  The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Creative Diversity, King’s College London and Culture@King’s, University of the Arts London, University of Sheffield, Youtube, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) lead by NESTA.

Academic and policy team (in alphabetical order)

Dr Ruth Brown, Prof Roberta Comunian, Dr Tamsyn Dent, Dr Atif Ghani, Prof Dave O’Brien, Mr Alex Pleasants, Dr Sonkurt K. Sen, Tessa Read, Dr Joanna Abeyie, Dr Natalie Wreyford.

Updates from the project