Alison Baily, British Council Security and Stability expert, summarises new research exploring the role of education in conflict and recovery.
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New research explores the role that culture can play in building sustainable peace in communities recovering from conflict.
A major new study reveals the different types of value generated by cultural engagement – and the benefits that it can bring to societies under pressure.
Soft Power Superpowers explores the soft power of eight leading G20 states.
The British Council’s G20 perceptions research, undertaken every two years, offers insight into how the attitudes of young people to other nations around the world shift over time.
American views of the UK are driven more by cultural factors than political issues, according to new British Council research.
How trust is earned and why it matters.
Violent extremism often thrives off youth marginalisation. Evidence suggests that culture, education and civic engagement can help tackle it.
The foreign languages the United Kingdom needs to become a truly global nation.
The full report from the University of Edinburgh on ‘Soft Power Today: Measuring the influence and effects’.