Setting up and running a book group is a different experience in every country. Miriam Vaswani, who organised a book group at the British Council in Tunis, explains how she did it.
Do teachers need to be in the room to sucessfully deliver a course to groups of learners? Not according to Nathan Lomax, who is training Libyan teachers from the UK using Skype.
Electronic music in Kazakhstan is small but strong. One of the more famous names in the country, Konstantin Timošenko from Akkord I On talks about recording his latest album and offers tips.
Danny Whitehead runs through some of the more unexpected facts about Iran, in time for today's book publication of Didgah – New Perspectives on UK-Iran Cultural Relations.
The Indian government's rapid devolution of power to the Indian states is part of the country's higher education reform. The British Council's Manjula Rao looks at the implications
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