1. The whole child approach and quality education | Sean Slade & Steve Snider


    In this podcast Steve Snider talks to Sean Slade about the whole child approach to education, and how health and education are two sides of the same coin. Enjoy, and don't forget to subscribe to our channel if you like our podcasts!

  2. A woman's place is in her... union! | Dianne Woloschuk


    Why is a woman's place in ... her union? How do unions make a difference when it comes to women's economic status and gender equality? Will the world achieve the Sustainable Development Goals? These and other subjects are addressed by Dianne Woloschuk Executive Board member of EI and chair of EI's Committee on the Status of Women.

  3. Líderes de la educación comentan la situación política en América Latina


    In this edition, EI’s Nicolás Richards speaks with Sonia Alesso, General Secretary of CTERA, Argentina, Roberto Franklin de Leao, International relations secretary of CNTE Brazil, and Luis Grubert, former President of FECODE Colombia. Together they discuss the gripping political and trade union situation in the region, and the fights they are leading on behalf of their unions.

  4. Early Childhood Education in Tanzania | Prosper Lubuva & Dennis Sinyolo


    Together with Education International’s Dennis Sinyolo, Prosper Lubuva, from the Tanzania Teachers’ Unions discusses challenges in early childhood education, and how to increase early childhood educators’ professionalism through the development of a competence profile.

  5. Les personnels de soutien à l'éducation contribuent à une éducation de qualité | Daniel Lafrenière


    Avec Claude Carroué de l'Internationale de l'Éducation, Daniel Lafrenière de la Centrale des syndicats du Québec examine la situation des personnel de soutien à l'éducation et leur importance pour l'éducation des élèves.

  6. Dominica: International solidarity after the hurricane | Celia Nicholas


    This new podcast contains a phone interview with Celia Nicholas from the Dominica Association of Teachers, who describes her union's experience with a natural disaster like hurricane Erika, and how international solidarity helped teachers and students on the small island of Dominica overcome destruction and grief. More information: https://www.ei-ie.org/en/news/news_details/4250

  7. 2015 PISA results | John Bangs


    Education International's Consultant John Bangs analyses the outcomes of the 2015 OECD PISA.

  8. Imperatives of educational change | Dennis Shirley & David Edwards


    Together with Education International’s Deputy General Secretary David Edwards, Boston College Professor Dennis Shirley discusses global trends in education and shares what he has identified as the five new imperatives of educational change. More information: https://www.ei-ie.org/en/news/news_details/4238

  9. Armed conflict and human rights in Colombia | Miguel Ángel Beltrán & David Edwards


    Together with Education International Deputy General Secretary David Edwards, Colombian academic Miguel Ángel Beltrán discusses challenges to the implementation of human and trade union rights in his country. More information: https://www.ei-ie.org/en/news/news_details/4226

  10. OECD Education at a Glance | John Bangs & Martin Henry


    Education International's Martin Henry and John Bangs discuss the latest edition of the Organisation for Economic Development's (OECD) Education At A Glance report and its impact on education policy worldwide. More information: https://www.ei-ie.org/en/news/news_details/4102