British Council Arts Director Kate Arthurs speaks at the UN about how culture can help reduce poverty and create social change.
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New research reveals what young people from Myanmar think about their future at a time of unprecedented change.
New research underlines the value of supporting engagement in international higher education – and a warning that the UK mustn’t be left behind.
As Trump visits the UK, evidence shows the 'special relationship' means little to ordinary people, but that US-UK ties are deeper than ever and transcend politics.
With North Africa again witnessing real instability, Insight hosts a debate on the implications of digital tech for the region and the UK.
New research reveals the hopes, fears, and dreams of young Colombians as they look to a peaceful future.
Insight interviews Soraya Colmenares, the British Council’s Country Director in the beleaguered nation, about the cultural and educational implications of the crisis.
A new Japanese Emperor ushers in a new era. But what does the future hold for the country, and what might it mean for the UK?
Insight looks at the aftermath of the fire that recently devastated the Brazilian National Museum, to ask what lessons can be learned.
Images of Notre-Dame on fire have brought home the importance of the building as a symbol, of cultural heritage in general, and of the vital need to protect that heritage.