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02 October 2014

Iraq: EI Solidarity Fund aid for teachers and students

Displaced Iraqi teachers, their families, and students were the beneficiaries of a grant of US$10,000 from Education International’s (EI) Solidarity Fund. The Kurdistan Teachers’ Union (KTU), EI’s affiliate in Iraq, purchased and distributed students’ school kits and food rations for those in need in the Erbil, Sulaimaniya, and Dhahok districts in Kurdistan. More

 

 

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30 September 2014

Germany: future of teaching profession revisited

Teachers’ training and qualifications have been at the heart of a seminar organised by the German education union GEW, one of the numerous culmination events around the globe of the Unite for Quality Education campaign. More

 

 

Gender

29 September 2014

EI seeks your feedback on Gender Equality and Diversity

Education International (EI) is calling on its affiliates to have their voices heard in relation to equality and diversity. On 16 September, affiliates were sent EI’s survey on gender equality and diversity. The feedback, due in on 31 October, will provide the basis for EI’s four-yearly report on equality to be presented at its 7th World Congress in Ottawa, Canada, in July 2015. More

 

 

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26 September 2014

New York: EI calls on the UN to deliver the promise of quality education

The voices of 30 million teachers are hard to ignore, especially after they called upon the UN yesterday in New York to make sure quality education remains a top priority. 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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