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The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an enormous toll on education. Beyond school closures and lost learning, we have lost countless educators.World Teachers’ Day 2021 | Always present: Paying tribute to the educators we lost
It is time to talk taxes. If more domestic revenue is not found, the Sustainable Development Goals, especially SDG 4 on quality education, will simply become one more set of international unmet promises.Financing quality education for all requires investment and taxes.
On the International Day of Democracy, Education International joins the Global Union Day of Action organised by the Council of Global Unions (CGU) to stop the military-led junta from gaining recognition at the 76th UN General Assembly (UNGA) and recognise the National Unity Government (NUG) as the legitimate government of...Myanmar: Global unions call on governments to recognise the National Unity Government
Education International has called for an end to the violence and state-sponsored attacks on Filipino educators. Its comments follow an independent investigation which shows that the Duterte government is deliberately violating human rights, using violence and repression against those who are standing up for education, democracy, and peace.Philippines: Call for global action as independent report catalogues government’s human rights violations
Education International has launched an urgent action appeal for Haiti to assist trade unionists and teachers in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake.Haiti: Call for international solidarity with education colleagues after earthquake
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) in Australia has welcomed a landmark Federal Court judgment ruling that University of Sydney staff have a legal right to be protected from disciplinary action when exercising intellectual and academic freedom.Australia: Court upholds University of Sydney’s collective agreement protecting academic freedom