Tony is an ideas person, a strategic and llateral thinker. His intellect and passion for democracy and political engagement drive him to invent and create a big vision embodied through exciting new projects and initiatives. He has boundless energy and a real mix of commercial savy and commitment to equality of opportunity, particularly for young people. His entrepreneurial mind has hugely increased the profile and influence of his organisation. A unique combination in the voluntary sector. Carole Pluckrose, Chief Executive and Artistic Director, Arc Theatre for Change

I met Tony through the Citizenship Foundation, where he was CEO at the time. Tony never failed to impress me with his drive, passion and vision for building capability in younger people that would then filter through to wider society. It is a testament to him that I am in touch with many of his old staff, who always heap praise on him when Tony’s name comes up in conversation. More recently I can count Tony as a friend. He has been a fantastic supporter and advocate of the Convergence network, not least being the first person, through Breslin Public Policy, to make a commitment to it financially through sponsorship. I am proud to know Tony and wish him all success with his new venture, Breslin Public Policy Limited.  Marcus Jamieson-Pond, Founder and Director, Convergence

Tony works with passion in his business as he seeks to pass on his experience with previous jobs to share his knowledge and experience in education and citizenship. He has an extensive database of contacts that would be helpful for all businesses in the sector and to help you obtain funding and sponsoship. John JohnstoneOwner, JMJ Accountancy

Tony is a true leader in his field: his work at The Citizenship Foundation helped to change secondary education for the better and under his leadership the charity developed and maintained exemplary relationships with corporate law firms and other stakeholders. Without doubt he will continue to shape discussions regarding how best to empower intelligent people to positively change the world around them. Jacquelyn Collins, Community Affairs Manager, Slaughter and May

Lessons From Lockdown
In this incisive and timely piece of research and analysis Tony Breslin makes a powerful case for us to use the experience of crisis to pursue reform
Matthew Taylor
Chief Executive, Royal Society of Arts