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May Day for All –Education International stands in solidarity and in support of the National Teachers Association (NTA) of Taiwan, in its fight to recognise and ratify 1 May as the national holiday for working men and women in the country.
Members of the Kurdistan Teachers’ Union (KTU) have committed to insert environmental protection and climate change in curricula at all school levels. This policy comes out of a seminar on climate change attended by the KTU.
Despite the massive mobilisation of civil society, with the education unions in the front line, President Jovenel Moïse is eroding Haitian democracy a little more every day. The right to organise and the right to education are no longer respected. The country is sinking into violence, under the indifferent gaze of the international community. EI is today launching a solidarity campaign with its affiliates in Haiti.
As part of Education International’s strategy to achieve the effective long-term rebuilding of public education systems during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, Education International has established a set of 10 Principles for education recovery launched today.
As part of Education International’s strategy to achieve the effective long-term rebuilding of public education systems during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, Education International has established a set of 10 Principles for education recovery launched today
Educational inequalities and the digital divide were increased by the pandemic. But teacher vaccination, additional support and resources have also been features of countries’ responses to COVID-19, according to a new OECD special survey.
The world’s educators remain committed to climate education and to supporting policies and students in creating ambitious plans for the future on this critical issue.