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The President of the All India Primary Teachers' Federation passed away peacefully on September 22, 2023.The global education community mourns the passing of education and union champion Ram Pal Singh Ji
The 9th meeting of the Education International Climate Network took place online on September 20. Fossil fuel subsidies and their impact on education, as well as education union strategies for fossil fuel divestment, and the continued mobilisation for climate education were on the agenda.Education unionists strategise action against fossil fuels
Education International fully supports the thousands of teachers and members of its affiliates in Nepal demonstrating to demand a respected and valued teaching profession in the face of a new law that seeks to curb their trade union rights.Nepal: Massive mobilisation of teachers denounce education law which aims to restrict their rights
October 14, 2023. A normal date for most people around the world, but in Australia, it is the date to change history.The positive force of student activism for Indigenous Australian rights
Governments worldwide must act decisively to address the global education crisis by elevating and transforming the role, status, and future of the teaching profession according to recommendations from a United Nations High Level Panel.United Nations High Level Panel forwards urgent solutions to address the global shortage of teachers
When I was asked to draft a contribution on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for the UN High-Panel on the Teaching Profession , I agreed without hesitation because I believe that equitable access to the teaching profession (for those working in classrooms and those working at different levels of the system)...Equitable access to the teaching profession is vital to quality education