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04 May 2016

Loud opposition by unions to secretly negotiated trade and investment agreements

Whether in Germany or Belgium, education unionists have clearly reaffirmed their opposition to the possible serious impacts to the education sector and other public services through its inclusion in newtrade and investment agreements. More

 

 

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03 May 2016

Norwegian teachers turn their focus to funding the future of education

As a part of Global Action Week, a Union of Education Norway event embraced this year’s theme of education financing by delving into the issues of commercialisation, results-based financing and tax evasion. More

 

 

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29 April 2016

Portugal: Teachers hit hard by austerity

Since the beginning of the economic crisis in 2008, education spending in Portugal has fallen to 3% of the Gross Domestic product, with devastating consequences for the country's school system and teaching profession. More

 

 

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29 April 2016

Liberian teachers stay strong in anti-privatisation struggle

Despite the Government’s intention to embrace a public-private partnership with Bridge International Academies, a group of civil society organisations remains steadfast in its opposition to the government’s plan to outsource its entire primary school system. More

 

 

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