Projets de coopération

Projets de coopération en cours

  1. Fidji, Vanuatu, Tonga, Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinee, Iles Salomon

    John Thompson Fellowship training programme (COPE-Pacific)

    2019 - 2022
    The JTF is a four year program with a focus on the sub-regional level proposed for the following reasons including, and not limited to: Similarity of the issues being faced by the unions in the sub-region; Sharing good practices and lessons learnt based on the experience in the sub-region; Fostering...
  2. Finlande, Danemark, Islande, Suede, Estonie

    Nordplus Horizontal 2020: Sustainable ecosystems of mentoring for newly qualified teachers

    2020 - 2023
    The goal for our previous project was to establish a Nordic cross-sectoral network to develop systems for induction and mentoring for newly qualified teachers in the Nordic countries. A summit was organise successfully in 2019. It indicated that shortage of teachers, teacher retention and (lack of) support for new teachers...
  3. Philippines, Cameroun, Jamaïque

    Amplifying young voices within trade unions in the COVID-19 new normal

    2021 - 2023
    Major challenges on the agenda of young workers, which were exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, include high rates of youth unemployment, precarious and insecure work, deteriorating working conditions of young workers in old and new forms of work and discrimination and inequalities at work. In June 2020, the Global Unions...
  4. Swaziland

    Strengthening the capacity of the SNAT to defend trade union rights in Eswatini

    2020 - 2021
    The Kingdom of Eswatini is the last absolute monarchy in the world, where political dissent and trade union activity have been very difficult for decades. Despite the challenging operating environment, teachers are one of the most active professional groups in Eswatini trade union movement. The project seeks to strengthen the...
  5. Nepal, Philippines

    Promoting educators' rights in Asia

    2022 - 2025
    The shrinking space of democracy and disrespect for human rights in many Asian countries reduces also the possibilities of constructive dialogue and societal progress. The shift in decision-making from human rights based towards more market driven policy making influences the basic rights of citizens. The shrinking liberty of action of...