Breslin Public Policy

Maximising Social Impact

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.

Finally, 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 website for each and an associated blog.

News and Views

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong learning

n this article for the latest edition of the prestigious RSA Journal, Tony Breslin, an RSA Fellow and Associate, outlines the kind of philosophy that is informing the approach that he is taking to a new paper on lifelong learning which will form part of the RSA Power to Create series.


Use Your Vote supports calls for automatic voter registration

As the EU referendum looms, Breslin Public Policy's recently launched Use Your Vote campaign joins the growing support for automatic voter registration which is being led in Scotland by SNP MP Owen Thompson, with the support of online news board Midlothian View, established and edited by Use Your Vote Scotland Director Phil Bowen, proprietor of Pigeon Penguin, web partners for both the campaign and Breslin Public Policy.


Governance in the Academies age: a less or more localised future?

This is the first of the blogs to emerge from Governance in the Academies Age: issues, opportunities and challenges, the scoping study on the prospects for school governance in light of the recent White Paper, which Tony Breslin is leading for the RSA. Readers might be interested in the Governance Summit that will inform the study's final support being held at the RSA in London on the afternoon of June 21st.