|Following the successful workshop in March this year, we are going to organise another workshop on Jute and Bamboo. The workshop will be built on the last workshop experience. It will be an advanced workshop which will develop ideas about Jute and Bamboo products, large scale production (commercial design/market oriented design) which will also be followed by an exhibition of the product prototypes. We are binging two workshop leaders from the UK with vast experience in product development. The one week workshop will be followed by an exhibition with the some product prototypes developed during the workshop. 25 young participants from different organisations will participate in the workshop.|
As part of our long standing partnership, we have been providing English Language training to BCB U-19 and Development squad for the last 4 years. Cricket is an international game and the only game where Bangladesh represents in the higher level. English as a tool of communication with other fellow international players, media and even with own coaches, trainers, physio has been considered as a top priority for the Bangladesh cricket players. British Council is proud to be a part of that development by providing language training to the upcoming stars fo the cricket. This time, we have also extended our hands of co-operation to the National Cricket Team who will be receiving an intensive language course in our Teaching Centre which will be followed by an extensive course for the U-17 players starting from the 30th of January 2008British Council has been providing Dreams+Teams Leadership skill training to the U-15, U-19 and development squad for the last 5 years. The objective of the training is to train the cricketers to organise and deliver sport festivals in their community. By running these events their communications skills, organisation skills and confidence all improve and they have real experiences of decision making. They become active citizens in their community, demonstrate leadership skills and value and promote cross-cultural understanding in the fields. This time cricketers from U-17 team as well as 6 local trainers will receive this training in order to cascade this training to district level. Lalith Gunaratne, a Dreams+Teams trainer will be travelling to Bangladesh to conduct the training from 4 to 11 March 2008A three day long Festival of Women’s day will be organised in the British Council. A Photo Exhibition entitled “Naristan” by UK photographer Arabella Pulveiz will be held at the Drik Gallery, Films directed by women or on women’s issues will be screened, seminar, and discussion on women’s right at the British Council.
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