Education union leaders tackled a number of strategic issues of key importance for both the global education sector and education unions. In addition, the Board adopted a series of resolutions denouncing violence and attacks on democracy.
The 55th meeting of Education International’s Executive Board took place in Brussels from 19 to 21 November. The Board worked to develop strategies to ensure quality education for all, fight privatisation in and of education, defend human and trade union rights, protect democracy, stimulate trade union renewal and more. Key dates and events to advance the global education agenda were also discussed.
The Board also discussed and passed resolutions on three issues of particular importance:
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