The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Diversity and Inclusion in STEM aims to promote the inclusion and progression of people from diverse backgrounds in STEM, and to encourage government, parliamentarians, academics, businesses and other stakeholders to work towards a STEM sector that is representative of the population. We also want to consider and influence changes in policy that will lead to this outcome.

As part of our work on Diversity and Inclusion in STEM, the BSA will act as secretariat for the Group. The Group will be made up of Members of Parliament and Lords, and will be a focus for collaboration with businesses and other organisations in the STEM sector.

Contact the group

If you would like to get in touch with the group, please contact Louis Stupple-Harris.


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The BSA is seeking funding to cover the costs of running the APPG – this includes running events, commissioning research and running the secretariat.

If you are interested in supporting the APPG, please contact Louis Stupple-Harris.

Sign up for updates

We are in the early stages of setting up the APPG and will be announcing our first events soon. Sign up here to be notified. We'll send you regular updates about the APPG and may get in touch individually to discuss your involvement in group.


We are currently looking for Parliamentary Members to join the group.

The following are currently involved:

  • Vicky Ford MP (Conservative)
  • Lord Chris Holmes (Conservative)
  • Baroness Judith Jolly (Liberal Democrats)
  • Baroness Julia King (Crossbench)
  • Baroness Martha Lane-Fox (Crossbench)
  • Lord Ralph Lucas (Conservative)
  • Carol Monaghan MP (Scottish National Party)
  • Layla Moran MP (Liberal Democrats)
  • Baroness Sally Morgan (Labour)
  • Chi Onwurah MP (Labour)
  • Lord David Willetts (Conservative)

Code of Governance

The APPG is run in accordance with the Code of Governance, which outlines our commitment to transparency.

This is not an official website of the House of Commons or the House of Lords. It has not been approved by either house or its committees.

All-Party Parliamentary Groups are informal groups of members of both houses with a common interest in particular issues. The views expressed in these webpages are those of the group.

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