What can we learn from cases where higher education and research institutions have led initiatives that build multilateral relations?
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May 2019: research exploring the attitudes, aspirations and needs of young people across Germany, looking at education, employment, immigration and identity.
This report has been commissioned by the British Council to examine the contribution literature can make in large scale cultural interventions and urban policy more broadly.
March 2019: Ten years after the end of the civil war, this research explores the attitudes, aspirations and needs of young people across Sri Lanka.
December 2018:Exploring the British Council’s contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this report focuses on SDG16, which centres on peace, justice and strong institutions.
November 2018: This publication brings together a review of previous Next Generation studies - Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Tanzania - drawing out commonalities and differences.
September 2018: Diba Salem looks at Dubai, its architecture and what is ‘public’ in the middle east.
September 2018: This essay explores libraries and youth takeovers in three cities in the North of the UK, with youth challenging who owns ‘public’ – if interior – space.
September 2018: Shrirya Malhotra writes about working with collective Partizaning in Moscow and the differences between being a public artist and an activist in Moscow and Delhi.
September 2018: Dave Haslam examines how music venues provide spaces for new encounters.