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27 November 2014

Mexico: 60 days and still no answers surrounding missing students

Despite international pressure for a thorough investigation, and demonstrations that continue to sweep the country, the fate of the 43 students who disappeared two months ago in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, remains unclear. More

 

 

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26 November 2014

The future of the teaching profession discussed in Vienna

While in Brussels earlier today, European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker announced a heavyweight plan to kick-start growth in the European Union, educators assembled in Vienna urged Commission officials present there to ensure that the education sector would especially benefit from these investments. More

 

 

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26 November 2014

USA: Teacher union objects to Coca-Cola in schools

The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) has banned Coca-Cola products from its facilities and events, citing Coca-Cola's child labour and human rights record. More

 

 

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25 November 2014

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Gender-based violence is a fundamental violation of human rights. It is one of the worst manifestations of gender-based discrimination, disproportionately affecting girls and women, and a major obstacle to achieving gender equality. More

 

 

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