We’re always applying our research to support graduates to help them feel a sense of community, understanding and belonging. We also provide individual tutorials and group meet-ups to help share experiences and learn from older generations.
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On Friday, October 2nd 2015,
from 7.30pm til 10.30pm:
Slow Textiles Group members have been liaising with MPs and members of the House of Lords recently to make sure Sustainable Textiles stay firmly on the political agenda.
We were delighted to be invited to join Baroness Lola Young, Dilys Williams and Kate Fletcher hear William Kroll present his weaving and indigo dyeing process in the Committee Room at the House of Lords. We went on to discuss plans for the All Party Political Group to develop further.
For further information on progress, please contact us.