Impact matters: at Breslin Public Policy we are committed to working with partners in the private, public and voluntary sectors on assignments, projects and programmes that enable individuals and organisations to maximise their social impact.
We are also developing a range of social impact programmes of our own, such as Give Five and Use Your Vote, and we’re actively seeking investors to work with us on these and other projects. Click on the logos on the right for more information.
Our specialist consultancies such as Transform Education, Transform Politics, Transform Communities and Transform Organisations give an idea of the range of our expertise – we are in the process of developing a dedicated web presence for each and an associated blog.
Our recent work on governance across the sectors showcases this approach. Click on the Transform Governance logo on the left and you’ll be taken through to transformgovernance.org.uk, where we highlight a body of work that we are developing with a range of partners, a number of whom are showcased just under the logo.
We appreciate your interest, we’d welcome your feedback, and we’d love to work with you.
New dedicated transformgovernance space debuts on Twitter.
Breslin supports Go Sober for October for Macmillan Cancer Support for 5th successive year.
Breslin launches new school improvement project with Local Government Association.
Modern Governor publishes new module on the strategic role of governing boards, written by Tony Breslin.
R29 Campaign gathers all-sector momentum, as Tony Breslin and Cosette Reczek publish paper in Governance
Tony Breslin to give keynote at ICSA Academy Governance Conference.
Today the TES published my article on meeting the needs of children who have experienced trauma.
Today at Parliament, working in partnership with Ann Reeder at Frontline Consulting, Su Turner at Shaping Governance, and the Non-Executive Academy - which represents NEDs in the publicly funded sector – Breslin Public Policy launched the #R29 campaign, at what is to be the first of several roundtable discussions on the initiative