In order to guarantee that teachers have a collective voice, governments must: Ratify ILO Conventions 87 and 98, on top of Conventions 151 and 154; ensure that teachers, in both the public and private education sector, have the fundamental right to form unions and to negotiate working conditions and quality of education; ensure that collective bargaining is institutionalised; and respect collective agreements in full, also in times of economic crises.
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