Community members from Nyambu Village are taking a more sustainable approach to tourism on the island.
Our impact stories
Working with partners we adapt British Council resources and use our educational expertise to ensure that products and systems developed take root and lead to deep and lasting change.
"The teachers were very committed. They did an exemplary job of overcoming their own difficulties and it paid off." Rebecca Hales, teacher trainer.
Annisa Rahmania was born deaf and is a passionate advocate in promoting disability issues in Indonesia. Her visit to the Unlimited Festival in London inspired her to start working on creating disability-inclusive activities in Indonesia to raise the awareness of equal opportunity for disabled people.
Four promising young Indonesian leaders in their respective field of expertise were sent to the Future Leaders Connect in 2017 and discovered what it means to become the spark that ignites the hope of their country.
Ms Brilianti, French language teacher in a vocational school in Jakarta is concerned about her students unable to get a job in the future because they are lacking the skills to compete. She believes that teachers have the responsibility to find solutions to motivate students to keep on learning.
The Creative Economy Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is an agreement between UK and Indonesian governments to collaborate in the development of the creative industries.
This hip hop music collaboration was a barrier-breaking innovation of cross-cultural diversity.
The IYCE Award links the most talented young creative entrepreneurs from around the world with top creative industries leaders in UK.
The conference is part of a long standing collaboration between British Council Indonesia, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and the University of Leeds.
Performing at the Solo International Performing Arts 2012, The Heliosphere opened the eyes of the audience and other artists in a clear statement that there is no boundary in creativity.
Presenting the best of contemporary design practice from the UK and promoting international collaboration and creative exchange.