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The Special Conference of the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE), the European region of Education International, to be held from 5-6 July, in Liège, Belgium, will provide an excellent opportunity for ETUCE affiliates’ representatives to meet in person again and strengthen the bonds of solidarity between teachers and...European trade unionists mobilise for quality public education, for the benefit of students, and improved status for teachers and education personnel
In refugee-hosting contexts, teachers contribute more to children’s learning and well-being than any other school-level factor . Refugee teachers also have strong local knowledge and the desire to contribute to better crisis response and recovery outcomes . However, despite their crucial role and the challenging context in which they ensure...Transforming our understanding of refugee teachers and teaching in contexts of forced displacement
Faced with an education timebomb, in September, Presidents and Prime Ministers will gather in New York for an unprecedented Transforming Education Summit . Never before have Heads of State been convened to focus their attention exclusively on education, but this is now truly urgent as progress towards globally agreed education...Transforming the financing of education
Educators’ insights on progress, challenges, and strategies for the future of education will all feature in Education International’s contribution to UNESCO’s Transforming Education Pre‐Summit, taking place from 28-30 June in Paris, France.Education International calls for a new deal for teachers at the Transforming Education Pre-Summit
Stop putting teachers at risk and advance balanced international reforms that empower educators and researchers worldwide to adapt and choose materials for quality education and research.Demanding progress for education and research at the World Intellectual Property Organization
The benefits and potential of information technology (IT) in building and supporting union membership was at the heart of a recent workshop of Indian education unionists.India: Strengthening unions through membership digitisation and improved communication