Nigeria: Education International calls for immediate release of students kidnapped by jihadist group

On 13 December, at least 600 teenagers were kidnapped by Boko Haram at the Government Science Secondary School in Kankara, Katsina State, northwest Nigeria. Education International, the global union federation representing educators, has joined the international community in calling for the safe release of the 300 teenagers stil...

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New podcast: Status of teachers - what needs to change?

Education International

A podcast with Greg Thompson, professor at the University of Brisbane, Australia, and Martin Henry, research coordinator at Education International, puts the focus on the status of teachers in Covid times and beyond.

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Education International and UNESCO call for educators to be considered a priority group in COVID-19 vaccinations

Education International

Today, on the 60th anniversary of the Convention that promotes the universal right to education, Education International and UNESCO published a joint message calling on governments and the international community to consider teachers and education support personnel as a priority group in COVID-19 vaccination efforts. The call ca...

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