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Articles from Serbia

  1. Trade union rights are human rights 30 March 2020

    Serbia: Teachers make education work despite the crisis

    The Teachers’ Union of Serbia reports educators have quickly adapted to distance teaching and learning, making the most of digital tools and using television broadcasts to ensure that all students have access to lessons while schools are closed because of the COVID-19 crisis. Efforts to continue education despite the crisis...

    Serbia: Teachers make education work despite the crisis
  2. Trade union rights are human rights 18 July 2018

    Making the voice of teachers heard at the International Labour Conference, by Cécile Kohler

    Cécile Kohler

    Cécile Kohler, head of international relations for the FNEC FP-FO (France), took part in the 107th Session of the International Labour Conference held in Geneva from May 28 to June 8, 2018, as a delegate of Education International. Here she talks about the conference and, in particular, her involvement in...

    Making the voice of teachers heard at the International Labour Conference, by Cécile Kohler
  3. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 25 May 2018

    Go for it! The Bologna ministerial summit in Paris, by Andreas Keller

    Andreas Keller

    Isn’ it ironic? 50 years ago, in May 1968, students in Paris were going to the barricades and aspiring to a societal revolution – and initiated an overdue reform of higher education almost throughout Europe eventually. Today, in May 2018, ministers in charge of higher education from 48 countries belonging...

    Go for it! The Bologna ministerial summit in Paris, by Andreas Keller
  4. Equity and inclusion 15 March 2018

    “What Europe can do for refugees and migrants’ education” by Silvia Costa MEP

    Silvia Costa

    Refugees and migrants education, especially minors, is a top priority, the best way to empower them and foster their integration, but also one of the principles on which the EU is funded. It is incredible, though, that education of migrants - especially forced migrants and refugees - seems to be...

    “What Europe can do for refugees and migrants’ education” by Silvia Costa MEP
  5. Union growth 20 July 2017

    Serbia: 67th country to endorse the Safe Schools Declaration 

    Education International welcomes the move by Serbia to endorse the Safe Schools Declaration, a commitment to protect students, teachers, schools, and universities during times of war.

    Serbia: 67th country to endorse the Safe Schools Declaration 
  6. Trade union rights are human rights 1 May 2017

    This May Day, why not try solidarity?

    As the occasion to celebrate and reaffirm the value and values of trade unions, from which their principles continue to inspire, today must also serve as a lens to carefully examine our societies and institutions.

    This May Day, why not try solidarity?
  7. Standards and working conditions 31 January 2011

    Serbian teachers to strike over low salaries

    Teacher unions in Serbia have elected to strike after a string of failed attempts to negotiate with the government which has refused to engage in social dialogue relating to poor working conditions and inadequate pay for teachers.

    Serbian teachers to strike over low salaries
  8. Equity and inclusion 8 October 2010

    Serbia: It is time to guarantee LGBT rights

    As Serbia’s LGBT community gets set to march, for the first time since 2001, at Belgrade Pride on 10 October, EI declares its support and solidarity for the event, and calls on the authorities to guarantee organisers and participants’ safety.

    Serbia: It is time to guarantee LGBT rights