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20 April 2015

Call for nominations for the UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development

The call for nominations is opened for the first edition of the UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development, honouring outstanding efforts of individuals, institutions, organisations or other entities engaged in education for sustainable development activities. More

 

 

Madagascar

20 April 2015

Madagascar: Calls for dialogue around trade union rights and quality education

A memorandum of understanding signed by the Malagasy Ministry of Education and trade unions and associations infringes trade union rights, according to teacher trade unions in Madagascar. More

 

 

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17 April 2015

Norway: Collective agreement a victory for teachers

A strike by 17 teachers at a privately-run government funded school north of Oslo in Norway has ended, representing a victory for the teachers who were on strike since 18 March. More

 

 

Worlds_largest_lesson

16 April 2015

15 days left to draw the world’s largest lesson plan

The World’s Largest Lesson Plan is an international project of Education International and its global partners which invites teachers to popularise the Sustainable Development Goals of the coming decade. More

 

 

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