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24 April 2015

Communication and sharing at heart of progress in Asia-Pacific women’s networks

The importance of sharing success stories and common challenges on gender equality issues within women’s networks, unions and communities have been reaffirmed in women’s network meetings in India and Malaysia, organised by the Asia-Pacific Office of Education International. More




24 April 2015

Former SUNY professor dies in drone strike

The international higher education community mourns the death of an American colleague, Dr Warren Weinstein, who was held hostage by al-Qaida on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan since 13 August 2011. More




23 April 2015

Indonesia: Union dialogue with government around quality teachers and education

Education unionists in Indonesia have made progress in their discussions with the country’s top public authorities over the quality of teaching. More




22 April 2015

USA: #BringBackOurGirls from Nigeria, say American educators

One year after their abduction by Boko Haram terrorists, two female Nigerian students who escaped their kidnappers were hosted by American education unionists who renewed their pledge to see the remaining kidnapped students returned to their families. More



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