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Senegal: SUDES/ESR and Higher Education Unions in Africa Defend Academic Freedom In partnership with UNESCO, EI member organization in Senegal, SUDES/ESR organized an international conference on the theme: “The current state of academic freedom: setbacks or advances?” The three-day conference took place
EI Africa celebrates Education Support Personnel Education, the world over has undergone a lot of challenges especially in the last two years because of the coronavirus. Education institutions were closed, distance learning was attempted in various forms with very little success. The
GAWE 2021: EI Africa calls for urgent investment in education and teachers Education International Africa joins the Global Campaign for Education during this year’s Global Action Week for Education (GAWE (26-30th April 2021)) to call for More and Better Financing for Education.
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. Last year, 1.5 billion students in 188 countries
A Francophonie in action for peace, democracy, rights and freedoms. On this day, which brings together Francophones from around the world around common values, the Francophone Syndicate Committee for Education and Training (CSFEF) has decided to focus on democracy and freedoms. Indeed,
The National Teachers Association (NTA) insists that reemployment rights of public retirees in Taiwan should be respected but their right to a full pension should be limited. The NTA has criticised the government for allowing retirees from the public sector to receive
Attacks from armed groups against schools and students have been increasing in the last months in Nigeria, where kidnapping for ransom is a widespread criminal enterprise. Nigerian authorities must act swiftly to protect the right to education of children, especially girls. On
During its virtual meeting from 23-25 February, the Education International Africa Regional Committee (EIARC) urged regional governments to act swiftly to ensure decent living and working conditions for educators. Proactive measures were needed to guarantee quality education on the continent in the