Captain of the Egyptian national women’s football team, Faiza Heider, told us how she overcame barriers to become a successful player and coach.
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What difference can a foreign language make to the hopes of young footballers in the UK? A school student interviewed Martyn Heather, Head of Education at the Premier League, to find out.
Dr Paul Wright, an expert in social and emotional learning, explains what teachers should know when they teach children how to deal with their emotions.
Wallas Souza dos Santos, 15, talks about losing his 13-year-old sister to gun violence and how he was chosen to carry the Olympic torch this summer after taking part in Premier Skills.
A football programme has helped Pakistani children leave behind a life of drugs and beatings. Former street children Meher, Rajab and Awais speak here about their experience
Daud Rasool, Deputy Director British Council Afghanistan, walks us through a recent history and the transformational aspect of the Premier Skills programme on the lives of young Afghans.