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    Greece: Teachers under attack as violence erupts

    DOE official P. Vainas had to be treated in hospital after having been attacked by a police officer

    Members of Greek teachers’ unions clashed with police forces yesterday as they protested against a set of draconian budget cuts that were approved by parliament on Wednesday. The demonstration was led by the Greek Federation of Secondary State School Teachers (OLME) and the Greek Primary Teachers Federation (DOE) and took place...

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    Ghana: Teachers' union launches anti-child labour handbook

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    The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) launched a handbook to prevent child labour in Ghana as part of the World Day Against Child Labour initiative. The book was launched on 29 June at the GNAT Hall in Accra, Ghana and featured speaker such as government officials and international union leaders.

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    British teachers on strike against pension cuts

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    Over 750,000 teachers and other public and civil service workers went on a 24-hour strike in the United Kingdom to decry the drastic cuts in pensions the government is trying to push through. Classes were cancelled at more than 10,000 schools across England and Wales, as members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL)...

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    Congress News and Information

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    Countdown to Congress! The 6th World Congress of EI will convene in Cape Town, South Africa, on 22 July. Congress related events will begin with the EI/PSI Sexual Diversity Forum on 18 July and conclude with the final session of Congress itself on 26 July. In between there will be seven half-day sessions of Congress itself, eigh...

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