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18 July 2014

EI launches world-wide photo action

What does quality education actually look like? Education International is launching its first world-wide photo action, as part of the Unite for Quality Education campaign. Its aim is to capture the variety of teaching and learning conditions that can be found in different countries and regions. More




18 July 2014

Join in the 100 Days action for release of kidnapped Nigerian girls

EI invites member organisations and concerned citizens to join in a call on 23 July to mark the 100th day since the abduction of the girls of Chibok, 219 of whom are still missing, held captive by Boko Haram. More




18 July 2014

Ceasefire call in Gaza must be respected

"To date more than 40 Gaza children have been killed in Israeli airstrikes. With the recent murder of three Israeli teenagers and the killing of a Palestinian teenager, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is becoming a war on children." More




17 July 2014

Myanmar: EI leads exploratory mission

EI’s Asia-Pacific Regional Office (EIAP) led a very successful fact-finding mission to Myanmar recently. The EIAP team were in Yangon from 30 June-2 July to check available data and get basic field information, and to assess and proceed to a critical analysis of the country’s current situation, specifically concerning the education sector and teachers. More



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Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 401 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 30 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university.

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