We asked Reem Al Hout, Principal of the American Academy of Beirut, a school which includes children with special educational needs (SEN), about the benefits of inclusion.
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As part of long-term research into trust in the UK and its attractiveness, the British Council's new report From the Outside In looks at how young people across the G20 nations view the UK.
The annual 'Language Trends' survey examines language-teaching in schools in England. Its authors, Kathyrn Board OBE and Teresa Tinsley, explain some of the findings.
What happens to people's memories when their town disappears? We asked Filip Springer, author of 'History of a Disappearance: The Story of a Forgotten Polish Town'.
We asked Andy Pratt, Professor of Cultural Economy at City University London, about ways that a city can be more creative.
Anamaria Pravicencu, who curated events at the European Comics Festival Exhibition in Bucharest, talks about the rise of international comic books by women authors.
Writer and translator Robert Ferguson, who has lived in Norway for 30 years, takes us on a tour of Scandinavia's musical heritage.
Teaching assistant Natalie Lever gives her advice on how to thrive in one of the world's biggest cities.
Eir Nolsøe, a radio journalist from the Faroe Islands, tells us about her home country, on the occasion of this year's Nordic Matters festival at the Southbank Centre in London.
Lucie Rachel directed 'Where We Are Now', one of five short films on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, which form this year's #FiveFilms4Freedom.