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Education International stands in solidarity with the brave protestors who take the streets throughout Iran to demand the respect of human rights by the authorities.Iran: Education International urges authorities to respect human rights amidst nationwide protests
In his latest book, L'école des Lumières brille toujours (ESF 2022), Eirick Prairat presents the major challenges ahead for education. In this article, he discusses two relatively recent ones that have appeared in the last two decades: the post-truth challenge and urgent issues concerning our way of life. He also...Education: the challenges ahead
Holding its 41st meeting in the presence of the Kurdistan’s Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Aram Qadr, the Kurdistan Teachers’ Union (KTU) Executive Council focused on the start of the new academic year and took stock of activities undertaken since they last met. They also called on...Iraq: Call for increased financial means for quality public education as new academic year starts
The regional meeting of the Education International Latin America (EILA) Women Education Workers’ Network, widely attended by women from almost every country in the region, took place in Recife, Brazil.Women education workers in Latin America join forces in the fight for gender equality in unions, education, and societies
Education International brought the voice of the teaching profession to world leaders at the Transforming Education Summit. The United Nations summit was convened to focus on education, and led to the creation of a Global Commission on the Teaching Profession.Education International brings the voice of the teaching profession to the Transforming Education Summit
The Teachers' Association of the Republic of Indonesia (PGRI, from the Indonesian acronym) has urged public authorities to restore the reference to the teacher professional allowance to the draft law on the national education system.Indonesia: Teachers and lecturers’ professionalism must be reflected and recognised in the law