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18 December 2014

EI: Migrant workers crucial for sustainable and sound societies

On International Migrants Day, Education International is calling for fundamental changes in global migration policies, considering that migrant workers are essential to the functioning of today’s economies. More

 

 

ethiopia

18 December 2014

Growing economy has Ethiopia focused on closing the ‘education gap’

Despite being celebrated as one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, Ethiopia also finds a place on a list of eight countries where the number of children out of school is among the highest in the world. More

 

 

Pakistan attack

17 December 2014

Teachers’ union president makes international appeal following Peshawar massacre

In an open letter to the global education community, the President of the Pakistan Teachers Organization’s Council, Khan Faraz, has called for support following the school attack that saw 132 children murdered by terrorists. More

 

 

ZIM students

17 December 2014

Zimbabwe’s teachers’ unions continue fight against child labour despite political set-back

As Zimbabwe continues to come to terms with July’s election results that saw President Robert Mugabe’s ZANU-PF party take control of parliament, many are looking to earlier social progress to find a positive way forward. 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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