There are currently two inquiries taking place to inform Brexit planning — deadlines are very tight and it’s crucial that we collate and submit as much evidence as possible. Please email Paula Graham-Gazzard with any evidence which you would like to add to CHEAD’s submissions, participate in our collaborative submission documents (links below), and submit on behalf of your individual HEIs. We are also working closely with Policy Connect to advocate the crucial importance of creative Higher Education in these challenging times.

CHEAD/APDIG Brexit Event

CHEAD is partnering with the All Party Design and Innovation Group at Policy Connect (APDIG) hosting a roundtable discussion on the effects on Brexit on the sector on Thursday 24th November in the House of Lords. Further details will follow shortly.

Commons Select Committee Education: The impact of exiting the European Union on higher education inquiry

Accepting written submissions; the deadline is Friday 11 November 2016. 

CHEAD is responding on behalf of the art, design and creative media Higher Education so please do send us evidence of projected effects of Brexit on your institution promptly as the deadline is very tigh. Find more information here and add evidence directly to our collaborative submission here.

Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee: Brexit impact on creative industries, tourism and digital market examined

Deadline for written submissions: Friday 28 October 2016
CHEAD is responding on behalf of the art, design and creative media Higher Education so please do send us evidence of projected effects of Brexit on your institution promptly as the deadline is very tight. Find more information here and add evidence directly to our collaborative submission here.

Contact Paula Graham-Gazzard if you would like more information or to share evidence on either of these inquiries.


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