Why Harry Potter is a leading emissary of British attractiveness and values, and his little-known link with the British Council.
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At the end of another summer of culture in Edinburgh, Alistair MacDonald gives his personal reflections on a huge soft power success story.
Stevie Spring CBE is appointed as the new Chairman of the organisation.
Insight argues that science deserves a much bigger place at the very heart of policymaking.
British poet Dr Benjamin Zephaniah opened the British Council ELTons Awards for Innovation in English Language Teaching with a poem to mark our 85th anniversary.
Ian Thomas presents new evidence for the soft power impact for the UK of arts seasons and other forms of cultural engagement.
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.