APPG for Creative Diversity call for evidence of what works

The APPG – co-chaired by Baroness Deborah Bull and Chi Onwurah MP – is working with King’s College London, University of Edinburgh and the Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre (led by Nesta) on a year-long project looking at ‘what works’. The project will detail the variety of ways that the industry can engage with a wide and diverse range of talent and construct sustainable, inclusive approaches to opportunities and access. Recommendations will be formulated for both the sector and government and the project is expected to culminate in summer 2021. 

The APPG will be supported over the course of the research project by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and NBCUniversal. The Creative Industries Federation will provide communications and digital support. 

Please email your submissions of ‘what works’ – evidence-based approaches to embedding diversity and inclusion in creative businesses and organisations – to:

Read more via the Creative Industries Federation site