Interview: The art of engagement - Paul Collard, chief executive, Creativity, Culture & Education

Lauren Higgs
Monday, January 18, 2010

Two years ago, The Children's Plan announced Labour's intention to set up a youth culture trust. This body would run and promote cultural activities and provide young people with a "cultural offer", equating to five hours of creative and cultural activity every week.

Paul Collard. Credit: Phil Adams
Paul Collard. Credit: Phil Adams

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