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Articles

  1. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 23 January 2023

    Senegal: Strong action needed for inclusive quality public education

    Marième Sakho Dansokho

    Is Senegal, the good student, cited as an example, a giant with feet of clay? With 25% of its budget allocated to education, i.e. more than 6% of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP), significant efforts are certainly being made, but for what result? There are more than 1,500,000 children out...

    Senegal: Strong action needed for inclusive quality public education
  2. Union renewal and development 25 August 2022

    The winds of trade union change blow across Africa

    A webinar organised by Education International’s regional office for Africa (EIRAF) was the opportunity for an enriching and useful exchange of experiences of trade union renewal between member organisations in Cameroon, Mali, Senegal and Côte d'Ivoire.

    The winds of trade union change blow across Africa
  3. Standards and working conditions 21 March 2022

    Senegal: Unions win pay rise

    At a high-level meeting with several ministers, the leaders of Senegal's principal education unions reached agreement on several positive measures, namely a pay rise for education and training staff and the upgrading of the allowance system for managerial and administrative roles. The career prospects for education and teaching staff were...

    Senegal: Unions win pay rise
  4. Young members 30 November 2021

    Senegal: trade union renewal on the agenda of the SELS national congress

    The 6th Ordinary Congress of the Syndicat des enseignants libres du Sénégal (SELS) held on 18 September in Dakar endorsed the creation of a National Youth Committee (NYC) which should contribute “to the massification of the union” and work “for the emergence of a young leadership within the structure”.

    Senegal: trade union renewal on the agenda of the SELS national congress
  5. Standards and working conditions 12 October 2021

    New research: IMF imposed austerity slashes three million frontline workers from world’s most fragile education and health systems

    New research by ActionAid, Public Services International, and Education International warns that the International Monetary Fund’s demands to cut public sector employee costs undermine progress on health and education.

    New research: IMF imposed austerity slashes three million frontline workers from world’s most fragile education and health systems
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Resources

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The public versus austerity: Why public sector wage bill constraints must end

The public versus austerity | Full report
11 October 2021 file Download
The public versus austerity | Key findings
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The public versus austerity | Methodology
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Affiliates

  1. Syndicat des Professeurs du Sénégal

    SYPROS
    tel: +221 338.21.83.81 tel: +221 338.21.04.91 fax: +221 338.21.77.71
    Bourse du Travail CNTS 7 Avenue du Président Lamine Guèye B.P. 937   Dakar