The means of teaching can greatly affect the outcomes, and teaching about conflict is no exception. Meena Megha Malhotra of the Seagull Foundation, who helped develop one of several e-modules on conflict for schools as part of the Teaching Divided Histories project, explains the benefits of using digital technology in
As we publish a report assessing disability in Pakistan today, the British Council's Dee Lowry hears from Abia Akram and others about what it's like to live as a person with disability* in Pakistan, and examines how the report can shape future policies and discussions.
How can the arts change perceptions of what D/deaf and disabled people can do? Ruth Gould offers answers from her experience as artistic director of DaDaFest and chair of the commission panel for the Unlimited festival, which shows work by disabled artists and runs from 2-7 September 2014 at London's Southbank Centre.
Following last week's launch of the Times Higher Education magazine's Asia University Rankings 2014 at a policy dialogue, and ahead of another event on higher education statistics in New Delhi next week, the British Council's Indranil Ghosh explains India's ambitions.
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 how they turned their lives around through the British Council's DOSTI project (Developing and Organising Social Transformation Initiatives -- the acronym means 'friendship' in Urdu).
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