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The story so far...

We wrote The Talking Revolution in 2018 out of frustration at the many domestic, professional and societal problems that are caused by people failing to engage with each other positively – or at all.

It outlines how we can talk and listen to each other more effectively using an approach called creative conversation. We are convinced that this is an effective way to help overcome what divides us and, together, tackle our shared challenges. 

Soon after publication we were invited to talk about the book on BBC Radio's Word of Mouth and since then have been working with organisations large and small – increasingly online – to put our ideas into practice.  

But always in our hearts has been our desire to help create change by making creative conversation accessible to everyon, which is why we've set up this not-for-profit platform – The Centre for Creative Conversation (TC3). And why we're here now, reaching out to you.

Will you join us? 

The Talking Revolution by Peter Osborn and Eddy Canfor-Dumas.
Eddy Canfor-Dumas | Creative Conversation

Eddy Canfor-Dumas

Co-Founder

Eddy is a writer and an adviser in conflict management. He has supported in Parliament the development of conflict prevention policy (2006-16); worked with the Commonwealth Secretariat, OSCE, the British Army and the Swedish Armed Forces; been a visiting lecturer at the UK Defence Academy and a member of the Chief of Defence Staff’s Strategy Forum; and co-led the international civil-military initiative ‘Understand to Prevent’, which produced practical guidance on the military contribution to the prevention of violent conflict.

Eddy has also written best-selling books and award-winning TV dramas and is a Samaritans listening volunteer.

Peter Osborn | Creative Conversation

Peter Osborn

Co-Founder

Peter teaches the skills of conversation in schools, businesses, local authorities, charities and social enterprises. He has produced books, videos, workshops and professional development programmes for British Telecom, the Communication Trust, The Stephen Lawrence Trust, The UK Youth Parliament, Young Scot, Essex County Council and many other organisations.

Peter is also a visiting lecturer at The Dept. of Applied Social Science Community Development and Youth Work at Goldsmiths, University of London and a Trustee / Facilitator for the bereavement charity The Loss Foundation.

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