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Day: March 19, 2019

international solidarity after Suzano school shooting

Brazil: international solidarity after Suzano school shooting After last week’s shooting at a school in Sao Paolo educators worldwide have shared their solidarity and grief with their colleagues, students and families in Brazil. The Confederaçao Nacional dos Trabalhadores em Educaçao…

Mexico: Spotlighting Indigenous Teachers and Their Work : Education International

The Mexican union and authorities recognise indigenous teachers for their work in rural communities in Mexico and their efforts to provide indigenous peoples with quality education. The Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación (SNTE), a member organisation of Education International, hosted an event in…

China: Freedom of association is a right, not a crime

The government of China continues its relentless repression of workers seeking to exercise their right to freedom of association. Over 40 workers and labour rights supporters are currently in criminal detention following efforts by workers to form a trade union…

why educators and citizens should worry

The new EU copyright reform will change the way citizens and educators share, communicate, learn and create knowledge, putting democratic dialogue at risk according to Education International. On 25 March the EU moved one step closer to finalising the controversial EU…