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.
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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.
Recent international student survey data presents the UK with two possible scenarios and a window of opportunity for recruitment, retention and reassurance.
Two new British Council reports present insights into into how ministries of education and teachers are coping with challenges they are facing due to COVID-19.
In the second of a series of articles on the international impact of COVID-19 on the arts and cultural sector, we consider the experience in East Asia.
The British Council's Christine Wilson and Donna McGowan, Director Vietnam discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the country.
During this public health crisis, the British Council is innovating at a pace you might not expect from an 86-year old organisation.
Like many sectors, UK higher education has been hit hard by the global pandemic. Michael Peak examines the sector's longer term challenges.