Realising Art and Design Research in Policy Making Decisions

January 14, 2022

Arts and Design Expertise and Evidence
Base: how can we use it?

CHEAD’s policy roundtable series with the All Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group, Realising Art and Design Research in Policy Making Decisions, has published the first in a series of reports summarising how we can use the art and design evidence base in policy making.

The purpose of this session was to explore current issues contributing to the underutilisation of existing Art and Design Research and how we can develop existing case studies flexibly to ensure that wider application of these examples works efficiently and reaps the benefits.

This session brought together expert academics and organisations to advise on how this evidence can be properly developed into policy making decisions.

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