Read case studies on WOW Karachi, WOW Kathmandu, and the Athens 100 Resilient Cities report, recently published in UCLG's OBS Database of Good Practices.
We chatted with Dr Anna Leone to find out more about the Cultural Protection Fund funded project Training in Action.
We chatted with World Monuments Fund Director, John Darlington, to find out more about their Cultural Protection Fund projects.
We chatted with Action for Hope Director, Basma El Husseiny, to find out more about the Cultural Protection Fund funded project Music Schools for Refugees.
Opportunity: Help us to tell the story of our global Arts and Disability programme. Find out how to apply.
The British Council's Jo Slack interviews Eliana Sousa Silva, WOW Rio curator and social activist advocating for the rights of people in the Brazilian Maré favela since her teens.
Visit our London headquarters between April - August 2019 to explore our new exhibition on the Cultural Protection Fund.
Watch Bettany Hughes visit #CulturalProtectionFund projects in two new documentaries commissioned by the British Council
Ruth Gould (DaDaFest) talks about Disability Arts - as a genre, how it challenges systemic barriers, and six actions organisations can take to lead to change.
A new thought piece written by The Change Collective to explore the links between UK arts and international development from a practitioner’s point of view.
Find out more about the key themes and recommendations from the On the Brink of Change Forum, a part of Create Syria.
Read Culture and International Development: Towards an Interdisciplinary Methodology, a literature review on culture and development and a proposal for a future methodology.
A blog and provocation by Shelagh Wright and Peter Jenkinson on doing development differently.
Matt Peacock, Director of the international homelessness movement With One Voice, talks about the arts and homelessness, and learning from international collaboration
The British Council partnered with OECD on a new conference on the use of culture in local development in December 2018. Find out more here.