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WOW Kathmandu on Feb 18
WOW- Women of the World- is a global movement of festivals and the people who make them.
From 16–26 March 2017, audiences in London are enjoying BFI Flare, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival.
Celebrating the Bond: 200years of Britain-Nepal Relationship
The British Council Nepal organized a fair to mark 200 years of Nepal-Britain relationship on March 26 at the Yak and Yeti Hotel, Kathmandu.
Ensuring Rights through Skills and Voice Project- Case study
Gita Saday 30 from Sothiyan VDC-4 of Siraha district in Nepal was only 16 when she was married. A mother of two Gita lives in a family of six.
Shakespeare Lives in 2016
Shakespeare Lives is a global programme of even where and activities celebrating William Shakespeare’s work on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of his death in 2016.
Hamlet in Nepal
The British Council and the British Embassy celebrates 200 years of bilateral relations between Britain and Nepal through Shakespeare
EDGE Project - Initial training for peer group leaders
Initial Training for Peer Group Leaders through English & Digital for Girls’ Education (EDGE) Project- Nepal.
This initiative is dedicated to the launching of the whole year of bicentenary celebration of the bilateral relationship between Nepal and Britain.
Mural Art Workshop by Martin Travers
To mark the yearlong bicentenary celebration of the bilateral relationship between Nepal and Britain, the 105.8 ft long mural art was created on the wall of the Embassy.
Shakespeare in Nepal
Bringing Shakespeare to Nepal
Delivering trainings through partners - Connecting Classroom
44 participants successfully completed a two-day 'Leadership training' delivered by the Department of Education as an outcome of three years partnership with KUSoED and Connecting Classroom.
Student Insight Survey
Student Insight Survey witnesses enthusiastic participation from prospective Nepali students.
Hornby Regional School
British Council Nepal successfully conducted follow-up of the Hornby Regional School 'Learning in the Low Resource Classroom' from 26 October to 1 November.
Helping budding filmmakers
16 participants successfully completed ‘From Script to Screen’ Workshop and have produced two short films: “Phota” and “Departures” as part of the British Council Nepal’s Creativity Series.
Education UK School Mission
9 UK Universities visit eight schools in Kathmandu as part of Education UK School Mission.
Connecting Classroom’s Leadership ‘Training of the Trainers’
British Council successfully delivered its first Leadership workshop to 10 participants from Kathmandu University School of Education.
Connecting Classrooms - Policy Engagement
British Council Nepal organized policy engagement on “Leading and Embedding an International Dimension in Curriculum” for stakeholders of the Education sector from Nepal,Sri Lanka and India.
UK Week @ British Council Nepal
UK Week at the British Council Nepal concluded on a high note. The event kicked off on 28 July to connect Nepali students with the UK education system, its culture and the society.
Premier Skills English Brazil 2014 Competition
Suresh Rauniyar is the winner from Nepal to win a 'Samsung Tab' in the Premier Skills English Brazil 2014 competition. He shares his learning experience and his passion for football with us.
Meet the LearnEnglish Radio 'Obla Air' family
Since its inception in February, the Khanal family has been regularly listening to our 'Obla Air' Series. We got in touch with them to share their learning experience.
International School Award honoured to nine Nepalese schools
In its second year, British Council Nepal awarded International School Award to nine schools. The ISA award is jointly endorsed and supported by the Ministry of Education.
A Level Expo and Seminar 2014
Education Minister of Nepal, Ms Chitralekha Yadav, who also highly admires British Council Nepal inaugurates the two day A Level Expo and Seminar in Kathmandu, attracting over 1000 audiences
Launch of Winning Radio Play 'Girl in the Mirror'
‘Girl in the Mirror’ a psychological radio drama written by Sharmily Rana which won the first ever British Council Nepal Radio Play Writing Competition was launched on 23 April 2014.
Outstanding Cambridge Learners honoured
Forty students including two world toppers from Nepal was awarded on in recognition for their excellent academic achievements in June and November 2013 Cambridge Examination Series.
Celebrating International Women's Day
To mark the occasion of International Women's Day, we organised the screening of a powerful movie “Girl Rising” in partnership with Human Rights Film Focus at the British Council Nepal.
Serving Differently abled people to Learn English
Differently abled students who participated in free English language classes as part of the CELTA shares their experience of learning English at the British Council.
Social action project
HIV positive children from a pioneering special school in Kathmandu are raising awareness and creating positive change in their community.
The art of storytelling
Bringing people together through stories with international storyteller, teacher trainer and writer David Heathfield.
Creativity in journalism
We are supporting local Nepalese journalists to explore creativity in their reporting.
Hornby Regional School
Participants from Nepal, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh come together in Kathmandu to explore the concept of 'the low resource classroom'.
Working together to link the UK and Nepal through music.