Asia-Pacific: Education leaders highlight challenges around rights, climate, and privatisationMarch 10, 2020
The Education International Asia-Pacific Regional Committee meeting focused on union responses to threats to human and trade union rights, the impact of climate change, and growing privatisation in education.
International Day of Education: the world needs another 69 million teachersMarch 09, 2020
On the International Day of Education, unions warn that the world is not facing a global learning crisis, but a global education funding crisis.
Canada: Educators strike against cuts in education and for collective bargainingFebruary 18, 2020
Rotating strikes by teachers and education workers are set to continue this week in Canada’s Ontario province.
Kenya: Deadly stampede in school highlights dangers of overcrowding and poor infrastructureFebruary 12, 2020
On 3 February, a stampede in the Kakamega Primary School in Kenya's western region left 14 students dead and 40 severely injured.
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