Iran: Teachers' Mass Protest on 8 May

Education International

Teachers in Iran will be converging upon the Iranian Parliament today at one o'clock in the afternoon to demand for better pay and working conditions, and the release of all jailed colleagues. They are also calling for the withdrawal of the order for the termination of service recently issued to a number of teacher unionists.

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Cambodia: Unions Call for Justice for Murdered Unionists

Education International

A joint statement was issued on 1 May by all Cambodian trade unions, including EI member organisation the Cambodia Independent Teachers' Association (CITA), calling for investigation into the murder of trade union leaders.

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Teachers and students around the world join up to demand education rights now

Education International

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted in 1948, declares: “Everyone has the right to education.” Almost 60 years have passed since the international community agreed upon the noble principles in the Universal Declaration yet, for more than 80 million children around the world, the right to education exists only in pr...

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