Anamaria Pravicencu, who curated events at the European Comics Festival Exhibition in Bucharest, talks about the rise of international comic books by women authors.
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No money, no problem? Charles Oham, of the University of Greenwich, explains why social enterprises can run on more than just cash.
We asked Hitham Elhimmali, a young doctor in Tripoli, Libya, who is a debating champion and trainer in the British Council's Young Arab Voices programme.
What exactly is gendered language and why should you warn language learners about it? Jemma Prior explains.
Fatma Özdemir Uluç, who led a British Council-supported study into gender equality in Turkish schools, tells us how teachers can show children that boys and girls are equal.
We asked Shoshone speaker Samuel Broncho.
How can you help girls become more confident? We asked April Negrette, a member of the British Council's Active Citizens programme.
Marieme Mbaye, co-founder of Greenwash Africa, an eco-friendly car wash in Senegal, lists the factors that went into setting up an ecologically sustainable business.
Why are so many women in India victims of acid attacks, and what's being done about it? Ria Sharma, winner of the Social Impact category in the Alumni Awards India 2016, explains.
We interviewed Dr Asma Ibrahim, director of the Museum and Art Gallery Department at the State Bank of Pakistan, about some of the greatest risks to heritage, among other things.