Artist Jumana Emil Abboud explains how a residency in London helped shake up her daily routine and boost her creativity.
Suheil Tarazi, programme manager at the British Council in the Palestinian Territories, explains how we worked around complicated politics to provide English language teacher training in the Palestinian Territories.
Michael Reid, a teacher at Broughtonhall Hall High School in Liverpool, blogs about how he took part in a Connecting Classrooms project where a group of Liverpool schools connected with schools in the Palestinian Territories.
Suha Khuffash, Arts Manager at the British Council's office in Jerusalem, writes about organising a workshop of Palestinian fashion designers to create the costumes for an Arabic-language performance of Richard II in Jericho which formed part of the World Shakespeare Festival.
Sama Tarazi and three other young Palestinian musicians bonded with UK students when they came to London as part of the British Council / Choir of London Overseas Bursaries Scheme last month. Summer is now over and I know at least three people who would agree with me that it was a great one. This August, four Palestinian students were selected
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