Ian Thomas presents new evidence for the soft power impact for the UK of arts seasons and other forms of cultural engagement.
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How can universities and Government work together to maximise the huge potential benefits available from international education, and face the growing competition from Europe?
Alone amongst the major international cultural institutes, the British Council is still operating in war-torn Yemen. Rowaida Khulaidi explains why it matters.
The latest edition of Language Trends reveals worrying signs of decline in language teaching in schools.
The Famelab competition communicates science, which is a significant driver of the UK’s attractiveness.
The latest Edinburgh International Culture Summit report focuses on culture, wellbeing, and investment.
Alison Baily reviews the evidence for the fundamental role culture has played in the evolution of our species and the structure of our minds.
British Council Arts Director Kate Arthurs speaks at the UN about how culture can help reduce poverty and create social change.
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.