Aspiring young policymakers see the leadership examples of Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela as the kind they most admire, and are most concerned about access to education.
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The UK education sector has long been one of the most successful in the world, but new reports highlight the growing challenges it faces.
As violent conflict continues to afflict many parts of the world, the British Council marks the International Day of Peace by launching new research on global attitudes to conflict.
Eric Lawrie, British Council Director, Afghanistan, speaks about the country’s troubled recent history - and the part the UK can play in building hope for the future.
The Premier League has brought out research on the global popularity of leading British brands. Alistair MacDonald, British Council Soft Power expert, takes a look at the findings.
The UK is on top of the world – at least when it comes to soft power. We analyse the latest global soft power ranking.
As leaders met in London to discuss the future of the region at the Western Balkans Summit, we discuss the role the UK can play in the region after Brexit.
A new British Council report reveals that the phrase ‘special relationship’ means little to Americans – but that they love the UK and its culture.
This year’s Arab Youth Survey reveals a fascinating picture of the Middle East and North Africa. We discuss its implications.
The Commonwealth is a network connecting many of the fastest growing nations on Earth, with strong ties of culture. Research suggests it will be more not less important in the future.