This publication explores the role of language assessment as a cultural relations activity.

The authors trace the British Council’s role since 1941 in both its transactional and charitable work in assessment. They argue cogently that in both cases, a cultural relations approach pertains, with trust and respect being built through engaging with individual examination candidates, whose opportunities are enhanced, as well as with education ministries through the strengthening and development of their language assessment systems.

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