Nations’ resilience is being tested as never before. But ‘building back better’ post-COVID-19 is about more than health and the economy. Education and culture have a huge role to play.
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In the fourth part of our arts and cultural COVID-19 series, we explore how the arts and cultural sector across Wider Europe are responding to the pandemic.
Marking the launch of a Myanmar Cultural Relations Collection essay, the British Council’s outgoing Director Myanmar, Richard Sunderland reflects on the country’s appetite for change.
Insight delves deeper into the findings of the latest edition of the British Council’s soft power perceptions research to discover how attractive the UK is to young people in other countries
The British Council’s Chief Executive in conversation with Australia’s High Commissioner to the UK on culture, trade and the future of the relationship between these two nations.
Forthcoming British Council research explores the role of tertiary education in equitable and sustainable development, including its support for basic education.
In the third part of our arts and cultural COVID-19 series, we explore how the arts and cultural sector across the Americas are responding to the pandemic.
Newly arrived Director Germany, Paul Smith shares his initial insights of the country and explores how the past informs the views and hopes of the next generations.
We examine the latest research on TVET impacts which indicates that international collaboration on education system reform around the skills sector is required to meet future challenges.
The UK tops the world as the most attractive country for young people across the G20. The findings of the latest research into international views of the soft power of leading nations.