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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a damaging impact on refugee students, teachers and other education personnel. On World Refugee Day, education unions call on governments to guarantee inclusive education and decent living, learning, and working conditions for all migrants.World Refugee Day: Education unions stand with refugee students and educators
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to innovation and renewed engagement by education unions. In Honduras, the Colegio Profesional Superación Magisterial (COLPROSUMAH) has done its utmost to guarantee decent living and working conditions for teachers and educational support personnel living with disabilities.Honduras: Union acts on the needs of educators with disabilities during pandemic
About Education InternationalEducation International is the world’s largest Global Union Federation that brings together organisations of teachers and other education employees from across the world. Through our 386 member unions and organisations, we represent more than 32.5 million teachers and education support personnel in 178 countries and territories in a...Apply today! Research, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator
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
More than 125,000 teachers have been suspended across Burma as the military regime retaliates against those who are standing up for democracy, specifically unions and teachers.Burmese military junta crackdown on 125,000 teachers and try to take over schools.
Education International welcomes the resolution adopted by the European Parliament on June 10 calling “for support for proactive, constructive and text-based negotiations for a temporary waiver of the World Trade Organisation TRIPS Agreement”.Lives over profit: European Commission must support intellectual property waiver for COVID-19 vaccines and medical products