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Though the attacks of September 11 were most keenly felt in the US, their impact resounded worldwide. For many who came of age around 2001, the events of that day shaped their worldview, sometimes in surprising ways. Ten years later, the British Council asked young adults from across the globe how their perspective of international and cross-cultural relations has changed.

The Generation 9/11 video project is a joint endeavor of the British Council’s Our Shared Future and Transatlantic Network 2020 projects. The videos in this album reflect the personal views of the participants, and the British Council bears no responsibility for their content or the views expressed by participants in the Generation 9/11 video project.

-Video courtesy by the British Council/Video editing by Gabriella Kessler, a Transatlantic Network 2020 member.


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