During last weekend’s meeting, G7 leaders announced their support for the Girls’ Education Declaration and committed to addressing the setbacks brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, financial commitments announced for the Global Partnership for Education are below the amount needed to ensure the most vulnerable have access to education.G7 leaders commit to support girls’ education but fall short on financing the promise
On the eve of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, it is prescient that our trade unions in the UK will be coming together at the Trades Union Congress (TUC) Black Workers’ Conference to advance a progressive agenda for anti-racism on the anniversary of the first national...“Committed leadership and concerted action needed to end the pandemic of racial discrimination”, by Patrick Roach.
The Association of Iraqi Academics (AIA) has warned against the abrogation of the law allowing Iraqi academics to perform trade union activities. It has also called for solidarity with them and support for their rights of association and organisation.Iraq: Academics’ freedom and trade union rights under attack
Despite the enormous efforts and sacrifices made by our teachers and education staff, children and young people’s learning has inevitably suffered hugely from the disruption of the pandemic.“Safe schools: the foundation of recovering children's education from this pandemic”, by Patrick Roach (NASUWT, UK).
England is once again in a national lockdown with Prime Minister Boris Johnson announcing on the evening of Monday 4 January that a third lockdown, including the closure of most schools, was necessary to address rising infection rates and the rapid spread of the new variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus...“Taking Action to Keep School Pupils, Staff and Communities Safe in England”, by Mary Bousted and Kevin Courtney (NEU, UK).
On 4 January, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a national lockdown in England. This lockdown imposes new national restrictions which include the closure of schools and colleges except for the children of key workers and vulnerable pupils, as well as an immediate move to remote education.UK: Education unions say governmental failure is responsible for new national lockdown in England
Development Cooperation Projects
- Cooperating organizations
- Girls Not Brides Zimbabwe; Tanzania End Child Marriage Network; The Zambia Ending Child Marriage; The Zimbabwe Alliance to End Child Marriage and Girls Not Brides Zimbabwe
- Bangladesh; Ghana; Mozambique; Netherlands; Nepal; Uganda; United Kingdom; United States; Tanzania; Zambia,Zimbabwe
- Start date
- End date
- 46 Moray Place EH3 6BH Edinburgh, Scotland
- Hillscourt Education Centre Rosehill Rednal B45 8RS Birmingham
- Hamilton House Mabledon Place WC1H 9BD London
- West End House 14 West End Place EH11 2ED Edinburgh, Scotland
- 94 Malone Road BT9 5HP Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Carlow Street NW1 7LH London