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UK: Victory for hourly paid lecturer

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A settlement in an employment tribunal case may have implications for the pay and conditions of millions of part-time workers in education in the UK.

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Cambodia: Charges Against CITA President dropped

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Please be informed that the charges against Rong Chhun President of the Cambodia Independent Teachers’ Association (CITA), and Kem Sokha, President of the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights (CCHR), Pa Nguon Teang, Deputy President of the CCHR, who were released on 17 January 2006, have been dropped. The charges against Yeng Virak, Director of the Cambodian Legal Education Centre (CLEC) have also been dropped after they all wrote letters to the Prime Minister Hun Sen, thanking him for their release and withdrawing their earlier comments.

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Bahamas: Strike averted as negotiations begin

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EI affiliate the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) has decided not to take industrial action as they prepare to start negotiations with government negotiators over the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

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