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Supporting teachers and union members

  1. Democracy 5 May 2021

    Korea: EI Denounces discriminatory property registration system for teachers

    The Korean Federation of Teachers Association (KFTA), a member organisation of Education International, reported that the Korean government is trying to impose new measures that would force teachers and other public servants to register their properties as well as those of their spouses, parents, children, and grandchildren with the authorities.

    Korea: EI Denounces discriminatory property registration system for teachers
  2. Equity and inclusion 18 October 2017

    The American Federation of Teachers produces guide to support educators working with immigrant and refugee children

    The AFT's "Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff" includes both background information on immigration— especially for refugee asylum seekers crossing the border from Mexico—and practical advice for families threatened by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) immigration raids, deportation and detention.

    The American Federation of Teachers produces guide to support educators working with immigrant and refugee children
  3. Equity and inclusion 18 October 2017

    NUT compiles resources for teaching refugee children

    As a response to the refugee crisis the NUT has created a hub for refugee teaching resources, booklists and useful websites which have been developed, used and shared by teachers for teachers.

    NUT compiles resources for teaching refugee children
  4. Equity and inclusion 18 October 2017

    In Vitoria (Spain), FECCOO supports teachers working in a multicultural context

    The scope of the project called "My school is an intercultural world map in which we all learn better" is to develop teacher training activities, in order to improve the quality of day-to-day interactions with students from different cultural backgrounds.

    In Vitoria (Spain), FECCOO supports teachers working in a multicultural context