Afrinolly Creative Hub was opened in Lagos for the provision of creative platforms and economic opportunities for emerging and established content creators.

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Afrinolly and Henley Business School chosen by the British Council to develop an e-learning course on Creative Economy Policy. 

Afrinolly Creative Hub and Henley Business School have been chosen by the British Council to jointly develop an e-learning course on Creative Economy Policy. 

The aim of the course is to help young policymakers across Africa develop frameworks that support the entrepreneurial goals of their citizens. The course, alongside others being developed by the British Council, will serve as a gateway to a network of similar-minded leaders across the globe.

Afrinolly will provide the technical expertise, while the educational curriculum will be developed by Henley Business School, the older business school in the UK. Afrinolly and Henley have partnered on numerous projects in the past, including other projects for British Council in Ghana, and the blockbuster singing competition – MTN Y’ello Star. 

The course will be hosted on the British Council e-learning platform and will be available FREE of charge to users across the continent of Africa.

The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. They create friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and other countries. They do this by making a positive contribution to the UK and the countries they work with – changing lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust

They work with over 100 countries across the world in the fields of arts and culture, English

language, education and civil society. They currently reach over 80 million people directly each year and 791 million people overall including online broadcasts and publications.

Founded in 1934, the British Council is a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body.

Further information can be viewed at www.britishcouncil.org 

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