The British Council is pleased to announce the launch of a series of creative commissions exploring climate change through art, science and digital technology.
Supporting Arts & Homelessness International (AHI) to set up a global ‘hive’ of hubs around the world.
The Missing Pillar Talks event series on culture's contribution to Sustainable Development. Watch the first two events: heritage and sustainable development, and working together.
In partnership with the Department for Culture Media and Sport, the British Council has launched a £30 million fund to protect cultural heritage overseas at risk due to conflict.
A two-year pilot programme exploring ways in which local culture can improve the lives of individuals around the world.
Our Shared Cultural Heritage
The Arts and Active Citizens programme supports a collective of engaged and ambitious young artists to explore models to support their practice in the Horn of Africa.
Our programme in South Asia supports the empowerment of women and girls, and recognises the potential of heritage for economic empowerment and social inclusion.
Our priority in Wider Europe is to promote diverse societies and the participation of disabled people in social policy-making through inclusive arts practice.
Our work in the Americas supports three key areas: social inclusion, young people’s empowerment, and international connections.