Five artists share their five stories and advice about how they master rich tradition in their pursuit to bring the crafts industry in Azerbaijan to life, with a modern touch.
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Gulnar, an English language teacher from the British Council learning hub in Beylagan, shares a story about her journey to becoming a successful Chevening scholar.
Mahammad, 2020 Big Idea Challenge Grand Champion, shares his story about how he started designing adaptive clothing for persons with mixed abilities.
Tural, 2019-20 Study UK Alumni Awards winner, shares his story about how studying in the UK helped him become a front-line advocate for a universal health coverage in Azerbaijan.
Hajar, a young participant of our Learning Hubs programme in Ganja, shares her story about how English inspires her to explore new ideas and put them into action.
Ulkar, Vice-Rector of the Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction, shares her story about how partnership with the UK empowers the faculty and graduates in higher education.
Vusala, who participates in our inclusive dance performance - "The Argonauts," shares her story of being a successful hearing-impaired performer, and how to communicate without words.
Khanlar, a participant of our Inclusive Internship Scheme in Azerbaijan, shares his story about working in a global organisation, learning new skills, and finding success in life.
Jamila, the Future News Worldwide 2019 participant, shares her story about how the programme can help young journalists in Azerbaijan make society more informed about what they read online.
Murad, from our Unlimited programme, shares his story about how he will use his experience to bring change to the lives of fellow disabled artists in Azerbaijan.