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funding framework

  1. Fighting the commercialisation of education 16 October 2020

    New Study Examines Privatisation of Education in the Dominican Republic

    A new study published by Education International reveals the mechanisms that favour the privatisation of education in the Dominican Republic, exploring its impact on the education system and the right to quality education.

    New Study Examines Privatisation of Education in the Dominican Republic
  2. Equity and inclusion 10 October 2018

    Global support for education access and quality at UNGA

    At the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, USA, in September, Education International (EI) ensured that quality education and teachers’ voices were part of the conversation among the world leaders present.

    Global support for education access and quality at UNGA
  3. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 3 July 2018

    Germany: united for a greater investment in quality education

    Reacting to the recommendations of the European Union’s Commission in the framework of the “European Semester”, German teachers’ unions have insisted on the need to provide public education with adequate funding.

    Germany: united for a greater investment in quality education
  4. Union renewal and development 24 November 2017

    Which funds for managing co-operation projects?

    Some unions manage international co-operation projects either by relying solely upon their own revenue or funds, or by supplementing any external aid they may receive with their own financial resources.

    Which funds for managing co-operation projects?
  5. Standards and working conditions 12 July 2013

    The great Gonski

    Mar Candela

    The great Gonski
  6. Trade union rights are human rights 23 March 2006

    Jamaica: affiliate insists school security should be priority

    EI affiliate the Jamaica Teachers Association (JTA) has taken issue with Education Minister Maxine Henry-Wilson's statement on the matter of security at public schools.

    Jamaica: affiliate insists school security should be priority
  7. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 3 March 2006

    UK: Unions join together to fight against tuition fee increases

    A coalition of EI affiliates in the UK have joined the National Union of Students (NUS) to fight against any tuition fee increases in the run up to a funding review planned for 2008. This could result in the removal of the £3,000 cap on tuition fees by 2010.

    UK: Unions join together to fight against tuition fee increases
  8. Union growth 14 December 2005

    Georgia: In Solidarity with ESFTUG

    EI affiliate in Georgia, the the Educators and Scientists Free Trade Union of Georgia (ESFTUG) is organising a demonstration on 14 December to request the Parliament of Georgia to increase the funding of education during the budget discussion.

    Georgia: In Solidarity with ESFTUG