Creative Partnerships is the Government's flagship creativity project for schools and young people, funded by the Department for Culture Media and Sport and the Department for Education and Skills. Set up in 2003 it is now working with around 2500 schools and has made links with 7000 more throughout England focusing in areas of significant economic deprivation.

The Dialogue Project

The starting point of the Dialogue project is that the world would be a healthier, happier place if people were better able to understand one another. Set up by Karl James in 2001, The Dialogue Project works with a conscious mix of businesses schools, charities and individuals with widely diverse perspectives to think together on a given theme (to date: creativity, dialogue, leadership, learning and pain).