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بەبۆنەی هاتنی جەژنی ڕەمەزانی پیرۆزەوە گەرمترین پیرۆزبایی ئاراستەی سەرجەم مسوڵمانانی کوردستان بەتایبەتی و جیهان بەگشتی، دەکەین.

پیرۆزبایی گەرم له خانەوادەی سەربەرزی شەهیدان و پێشمەرگە قارەمانەکانی کوردستان و هەروەها سەرجەم کارمەندانی دەزگا ئەمنییەکانی کوردستان، ده‌كه‌ین و له‌ خوای گه‌وره‌ داواكارین خێرو به‌ره‌كه‌تی ئه‌م ره‌مه‌زانه‌ هه‌موو لایه‌كی گرتبێته‌وه‌.

 

لە خوای گەورە داواکارین ڕۆژوو و عیبادەتی مانگی پیرۆزی ڕەمەزانی لەهەموو مسوڵمانان قبوڵ کردبێ و پشت و پەنای پێشمەرگە قارەمانەکانمان بێت و گەلەکەشمان به‌ ئاواته‌كانی بگات و به‌سه‌ر هه‌موو ئه‌و ئاسته‌نگانه‌دا سه‌ركه‌وێت كه‌ دێنه‌ رێگای و کۆتایی بە هەموو ناخۆشییەکان بێت.

 

یه‌كێتیی مامۆستایانی كوردستان

مه‌كته‌بی سكرتاریه‌ت

29ی ڕەمەزان 1438ـی کۆچی

24ی6ـی2017

 EI roundup
Newsletter for Members of Governing and Consultative Bodies of Education International
    
        
    June 2017     
    
Worldwide

EI Executive Board

From 4-6 April in Brussels, Belgium, the 49th meeting of the Education International (EI) Executive Board (ExBo) took stock of the implementation of EI’s quadrennial work programme as mandated by the 2015 World Congress.

They also received reports from events held since their last gathering, and reviewed regional reports, including the reports of the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE) Conference and the Arab Countries Cross-Regional Structure (ACCRS) Conference.

The Global Response to the Privatisation and Globalisation in and of Education Campaign was high on the agenda. Aiming to enhance public education and access to education, the EI leaders also focused on the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4.

The EI Status of Women Committee also reported on the preparations for the 3rd EI World Women’s Conference, to take place in March 2018 in Marrakech, Morocco.

During a special session, Dr. Dennis Shirley, Professor of Education at the Lynch School of Education at Boston College, USA, made a presentation on the new imperatives for educational change needed to improve teaching and learning globally.

PISA results look into complexity of students’ well-being

The latest set of results from the 2015 PISA study focuses on students’ well-being and the role families, teachers and the school community play in achieving quality education for all. The report emphasises the vital role of schools in their communities, according to EI General Secretary Fred van Leeuwen. “A sense of belonging at school for students is fundamentally important for their achievement and happiness. In fact, the concept of ‘the happy school’ highlights just how important schools and their teachers are to young people’s lives. The idea that schools and teachers can somehow be substituted by MOOCs and out-of-school learning is implicitly, but fundamentally rejected by the report”, he said.

He however regretted that the report does not factor in the views of teachers from the PISA teacher questionnaire. “There is nothing in the report on the damaging impact of aggressive evaluation regimes on teachers, nor on the implications for the curriculum and staffing of its important calls to enhance student well-being and belonging at schools”, he said. “Simply saying that teachers must try harder does not constitute a strategy or an analysis,” he emphasised.

World Bank protest

As part of EI’s ongoing advocacy around Bridge International Academies (BIA) and its supporters, on 21 April, a protest took place outside the World Bank in Washington DC, USA, to coincide with the Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group.

The protest was designed to draw attention to and condemn the World Bank’s support for BIA. The rally was organised by the American Federation of Teachers and was supported by several EI member organisations and civil society allies.

Global Action Week for Education 2017

Education International called on affiliates and concerned citizens to join the Global Action Week for Education 2017 (GAWE), from 23 to 29 April, which urged governments develop and fund credible plans for the implementation of the full SDG 4 agenda; recognise the critical importance of strengthening public systems and state capacities to ensure that education is free, of good quality, and equitable; and ensure that there are credible, transparent mechanisms for participation of civil society in the monitoring and accountability processes for the agenda.

Unite for Quality Education and Leadership Conference in the Netherlands

Ensuring that teachers and their unions are the architects of the teaching profession and co-designers of education systems - from the classroom level to the national policy debates to the global level – was the core message of Education International’s Unite for Quality Education and Leadership Conference held in Rotterdam from 3-5 May. Over 300 leading educators from around the world attended the event, which was built around four themes of professionalism, pedagogy, leadership, and curriculum.

OECD event: The future of education and skills: Education 2030

This OECD meeting, held from 16-18 May in Lisbon, Portugal, aimed to engage governments, school networks and social partners in further development of the 2030 framework for the ‘future we want’.

Curriculum overload was also seen as a stressor for both students and teachers, and there was serious acknowledgement of the anxiety it causes. The Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD (TUAC) will provide examples of how education policies and practices lead to curriculum overload for teachers and students and provide advice on steps taken to avoid curriculum overload. The OECD is listening to TUAC input and developing a more teacher-focused approach to the solutions around this work but much work remains to avoid the obvious pitfalls of excessive workload and performative approaches.

Martin Henry participated in the event for EI.

Launch of “The Journey of Hope: Education for Refugee and Unaccompanied Children in Italy”

A new Education International study launched on 23 May reveals the immense challenge facing Italian authorities and education personnel to help the thousands of unaccompanied minors safely integrate into society after reaching European shores.Of the 28,223 refugee minors in search of a better future who landed on Italy’s beaches in 2016, representing 15.5 percent of all those who arrived by sea, 91.5 percent of them travelled without an adult. These staggering figures, which have seen a steady increase since 2014, show no sign of abating.Gaining access to education is one of the many hurdles facing the children once they make it to Italy, which is the focus of this latest study commissioned by EI, “The Journey of Hope: Education for Refugee and Unaccompanied Children in Italy.”
ACCRS

EI Global Response planning meeting and study launch event in Lebanon

On 11 April, 18 teachers and school leaders representing EI affiliates in Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq - the Public Primary Schools Teachers’ League in Lebanon (PPSTL), the Ligue des Professeurs de l'Enseignement Secondaire Public du Liban (LPESPL), the Teachers’ Syndicate of Lebanon (TSL), the Comité des enseignants techniques officiels (CETO), the Kurdistan Teachers’ Union (KTU), the Iraqi Teachers’ Union (ITU), and the General Union of Workers in Teaching (GUWT) - participated in a one-day planning meeting on the EI Global Response against the privatisation and commercialisation in and of education initiative organised by Angelo Gavrielatos and the EI Arab countries office.

The objectives were to:

· Familiarise EI affiliates with the work done globally within the Global Response project

· Make affiliates aware of their role towards governments and their obligations concerning the achievement of SDG 4 calling for “inclusive and equitable quality education…for all”

· Develop strategies to expose and reverse government policies/trends facilitating and encouraging a growing commercialisation and privatisation of education

On 12 April, together with these member organisations, EI released a landmark report, “Investing in the crisis: Private participation in the education of Syrian refugees”. Exploring the complex interrelationship between conflict and private sector participation, the report, by University of Massachusetts Assistant Professors Francine Menashy and Zeena Zakharia, raises serious questions about the ethical tensions between humanitarian and profit motivations through a case study of the education of Syrian refugees.

At the launch event, EI’s affiliates issued a joint statement supporting EI’s position and the research. At an earlier planning meeting, member organisations began the process of developing strategies to ensure that governments fulfil their obligations with respect to the rights of Syrian refugee children, including the provision of free quality public education.

11th EI-ACCRS standing committee meeting in Lebanon

The newly elected Committee of the EI Arab Countries Cross-Regional Structure (ACCRS) held its 11th standing committee meeting on 9-10 May in Beirut.

The members appointed Hussein Boujarra (Tunisia) as chairperson and Abdelmaoula Bouzzit (Morocco) as vice-chairperson. Committee member Mahdi Abu Deeb (Bahrain) was absent due to a travel ban imposed on him by the Bahraini authorities, but he was able to contribute by phone. Members discussed privatisation trends in education in most Arab countries, the violation of teachers’ rights, the impact of the refugee crisis in the Arab countries on education and the role of education unions in this regard. Gender equality issues in Arab countries were also discussed, in relation to the EI World Women’s Conference to be held in February 2018 in Morocco.

Education International was represented by Executive Board member Mugwena Maluleke, Deputy General Secretary Haldis Holst, and Regional Coordinator Huda Khoury.
Africa

3rd EI/FES capacity development programme - Young teachers for quality education and effective unions

The third and final workshop in a three-year capacity development programme targeting young union members in Francophone African countries, supported by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES), took place in Dakar, Senegal, from 10-12 April. Sessions facilitated by EI resource persons and external technical experts covered the following topics:

o What it means to become and to remain a leader, and how to bridge the leadership generation gap in education unions

o An update on EI’s Global Response campaign in sub-Saharan Africa

o How young leaders can participate in monitoring SDG 4, in line with the upcoming EI programme aimed at establishing a framework of ‘Young SDG Advocates’ across all EI regions

Anais Dayamba and madeleine kennedy-macfoy participated on behalf of EI.

Regional Dialogue Forum on Human Resources Management in the Education Sector in Senegal

The Regional Dialogue Forum on Human Resources Management in the Education Sector took place in Dakar, Senegal, from 26-27 April. It brought together Ministry of Education officials and education sector workers from nine countries - Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of Congo, The Gambia, Liberia, Mali, Nepal, Uganda, and Senegal.

The delegates are involved in the global teachers’ effort for better education project and reflected on the key issues affecting human resources management. They shared good practices and lessons learned, identified priority issues and areas for improvement, and jointly decided the next steps for education stakeholders to set up human resources management policies leading to improved education quality.

The EI Africa Chief Regional Coordinator, Assibi Napoe, Pedi Anawi, Richard Etonu, Jefferson Pessi, Undraa Batsukh, and Kristel Berghmans represented EI at the meeting.
Asia-Pacific

Evaluation and planning meeting of AIPTF/AEU/EI EFAIDS Programme 2017-18 in India

The All India Primary Teachers Federation (AIPTF)/Australian Education Union (AEU)/EI/EFAIDS project held an evaluation and planning meeting in New Delhi from 11-13 April.

Attendees reviewed the implementation and achievements of the project in 2016-17 in the Uttarakhand and West Bengal states. An additional 197 children accessed education in the project implementation area in 2016-17. Due to the HIV/AIDS prevalence in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, it was decided to also run the programme there.

Teachers’ unions in the selected states will raise awareness on HIV/AIDS, its spread, prevention and against the social stigma attached to AIDS. The project will also focus on identifying out-of-school or dropped-out children, particularly girls, and bring them to school with the help of teachers, parents and community.

The meeting was attended by EI Asia-Pacific (EIAP) Chief Regional Coordinator Shashi Bala Singh and Anand Singh.

FTU 87th Annual Conference in Fiji

The 87th Annual Conference of the Fiji Teachers’ Union (FTU) on 24-26 April was opened by EI Asia-Pacific (EIAP) Chief Regional Coordinator Shashi Bala Singh. Held in Ba, the conference’s theme was “Education 2030 – Through Inclusive and Participatory Approach”.

Bala Singh described EI’s role in the development of the Education 2030 Agenda and reminded attendees that Fiji still has to ratify important international conventions on human rights and the right to education, including the 1960 UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education. She urged the FTU to engage strategically in the implementation of SDG 4 and contribute to national plans indicators and mechanism for monitoring. She also pressed the union to engage in social dialogue with the government to amend the Education Act by incorporating a legal guarantee to achieve the Education 2030 Agenda.

The Council of Pacific Education (COPE) Secretary General, Govind Singh, was present, and together with Shashi Bala Singh, also attended the FTU women’s network conference.

FTA Women/Youth Network Workshop on Networking for Change and Progress in Fiji

Shashi Bala Singh and Govind Singh also attended the Fijian Teachers’ Association (FTA) Women/Youth Network Workshop on Networking for Change on 27 April in Suva.

Bala Singh outlined the Global Education Campaign and SDGs, particularly SDGs 4, 5 and 8. She called on FTA to ensure that the Fijian Government fulfils its global and constitutional commitments to ensure quality and education for all children and groups.

Govind Singh emphasised the importance of networking in trade unions, highlighting EI’s networking activities at international, regional and national levels. He challenged participants to ensure the networking opportunities for grassroot members in rural, remote, and maritime areas.

These occasions were historic, as this was the first visit of EIAP’s first female Chief Regional Coordinator to one of the Pacific Islands.
Europe

Liaison forum meeting in Belgium

On 3 April, a liaison forum meeting was organised by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion in Brussels. European cross-sectoral and sectoral social partners shared information on recent developments in social dialogue in their respective fields: topics included the European Commission’s initiatives to increase the attractiveness of vocational education and training.

Marie-Armelle Raverdeau, a European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE) intern, attended the event.

ETUCE committee spring meeting in Belgium

From 3-4 April, in Brussels, the new ETUCE Committee held their second meeting since the ETUCE Conference in Belgrade last December. The main topic on the agenda was the preparation of the consultation on EI’s structures, developments on education and training policy, social dialogue, and economic governance.

ETUCE Statement on Copyright in the Digital Single Market

At its meeting on 3-4 April, ETUCE adopted a Statement on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, expressing its views on the proposed European Commission Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market.

In its statement, ETUCE reiterated that education is a public good and urged European institutions to promote social dialogue and collective bargaining agreements in the education sector by including social partners as main actors in negotiations on national copyright regulations in education. It also notes that the use of digital materials for learning requires sufficient public investment in an adequate infrastructure and up-to-date digital equipment in schools, as well as teachers’ and researchers’ initial and continuous professional development.

The report of the European Parliament on the Directive on Copyright will be voted in plenary in June 2017. The ETUCE called on its member organisations to lobby MEPs in support of the ETUCE statement.

ETUC Women’s Committee meeting in Belgium

On 4 April, ETUCE contributed to the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) Women’s Committee meeting in Brussels. The main points of discussion concerned the annual 8 March survey and the gender pay and pension gap.

Rossella Benedetti, from UIL Scuola in Italy and Chair of the ETUCE Equality Committee, participated in the meeting.

ETUC Employment and Labour Market Committee meeting

On 6 April, ETUCE contributed to the ETUC Employment and Labour Market Committee meeting in Brussels. The main points of discussion concerned the drafting of the ETUC position on Quality Jobs, the work and contribution to the upcoming European Union Pillar of Social Rights, as well as the collection of feedback and review of the 2017 Country Reports of the European Semester to which ETUCE and its member organisations contributed from the education sector perspective.

ETUCE Coordinator Paola Cammilli participated in the meeting.

BFUG working group meeting in Belgium

From 6-7 April, ETUCE hosted in Brussels the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) working group meeting on Policy development for new European Higher Education Area (EHEA) goals. ETUCE Vice-President Andreas Keller is the working group’s co-chair. This meeting prepared a report to be presented at the Bologna Ministerial meeting.

Danish teacher union delegation’s visit to ETUCE and EI head offices in Belgium

On 25 April, the Executive Board members of the Danish Teacher Unions (DLF) visited ETUCE and EI head offices in Brussels to learn about the latter’s international work. The delegation included DLF President Anders Bondo Christensen, and DLF and ETUCE Vice-President Dorte Lange.

The delegation was welcomed by ETUCE European Director Susan Flocken.

European Pillar of Social Rights

On 26 April, the European Commission unveiled the European Pillar of Social Rights, a long-awaited initiative first announced by Commission President Juncker during his 2015 State of the Union address.

The Pillar, a set of proposals and working documents, reaffirms 20 principles and rights, aimed at improving the living and working conditions of European citizens. Highlights include the proposal for equal rights of parental leave for women and men.

ETUCE issued a press release following the Pillar’s publication, acknowledging the initiative as an encouraging sign of the European Commission’s commitment to social rights. ETUCE also warned that the Pillar’s full completion represents the last chance for the EU to relaunch social Europe and put the interests of the citizens first.

ETUCE’s call for action in Moldova among its member organisations

Over the course of several months, theEducation and Science Trade Union Federation from Moldova, an ETUCE member organisation in Moldova, has been tirelessly fighting for an increase in salary for education personnel. With no progress in this matter, ETUCE urged its member organisations to demonstrate solidarity and unity with education personnel in Moldova via letters, using a template provided, to the Moldovan authorities.

Networking Project Day for project promoters on social dialogue

On 27 April, ETUCE contributed to Social Dialogue Unite, a networking day for project promoters organised by the European Commission.

It presented its current project, “Education Trade Unions for the Teaching Profession. Strengthening the capacity of education trade unions to represent teachers’ professional needs in social dialogue” to sectoral and cross-sectoral social partners, as well as research institutes. The project is co-funded by the European Commission under the social dialogue budget line.

At this networking event, project promoters exchanged experiences and good practices in order to foster mutual learning and achieve a wider dissemination of outcomes.

Ekaterina Efimenko and Eduardo Nadal, ETUCE Programme Officers, attended the event.

2nd joint ITUC/ETUC mission in Turkey

From 3-5 May, ETUCE joined the 2ndInternational Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)/ETUC mission to Ankara. Jaap Wienen, ITUC Deputy General Secretary, and Luca Visentini, ETUC General Secretary, led the delegation that included the ETUC President, representatives from two national confederations – the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) and the British Trade Union Congress (TUC) – as well as the European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU), and the UNI Global Union and IndustriAll Global Union.

During the mission, the delegates met with the four ITUC/ETUC Turkish confederations - Türk-iş, Hak-iş, DISK and KESK – along with representatives of the main Turkish political parties, the EU delegation and the International Labour Organization (ILO) office, non-government organisations (NGOs) and human rights associations, the Turkish Bar Association and the Ministry of Labour. The delegates also met with Mesut Firat, Eğitim Sen General Secretary, and a delegation of dismissed public workers, including education personnel.

The ETUCE Programme Officer, Valeryia Despaihne, participated in the mission.

ETUI/ETUCE training in VET in Germany

From 4-5 May, 25 vocational education and training (VET) experts of ETUCE’s member organisations from 20 European countries met in Munich for training on ‘Improving skills provisions in VET’. This was the sixth year that the joint training seminar was organised for national VET experts of teacher trade unions, supported by the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) and by the financial assistance of the European Commission.

This year, many VET experts came not only from the EU/European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and candidate countries but also from non-EU countries, such as Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Ukraine, and Tajikistan.

The training participants discussed new challenges facing VET teachers and trainers and learned about recent EU policies on skills provision in VET, trainers’ and teachers’ skills and competence development, and supporting VET teachers.

ETUCE Director Susan Flocken, ETUCE Coordinator Agnes Roman, and ETUCE Programme Officer Ekaterina Efimenko participated in the meeting.

European Social Partnership-Round table of education social partners in Portugal

On 8 May, ETUCE and the European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE) met with Portuguese social partners in education in Porto at the occasion of a social dialogue round table kicking off the joint-project, “ESSDE [European Sectoral Social Dialogue in Education] capacity building III”.

The social partners reflected on opportunities and challenges in social dialogue at national and European level and highlighted key obstacles for their involvement in the shaping and implementation of policies in the education sector. They also discussed the role of the social partners in promoting the teaching profession, including through initial training and continuous professional development. The meeting succeeded in fostering the integration of the national social partners into the ESSDE.

Paola Cammilli, ETUCE coordinator, chaired the meeting.
Latin America

Regional coordination and planning meeting in Argentina

From 1-2 March, Combertty Rodriguez travelled to Buenos Aires for a regional coordination and planning meeting with leaders of the EI Latin American region, Hugo Yasky and Fátima Silva.

Meeting with the new CPC Executive Committee in Chile

On 3 March, Combertty Rodriguez travelled to Santiago to meet the new executive committee ofthe Colegio de Profesores de Chile(CPC).

Global Response campaign in Uruguay

On 21 March,Combertty Rodriguez and Gabriel Castro travelled to Montevideo, where they, and Angelo Gavrielatos, met both the Federación Nacional de Profesores de Enseñanza Secundaria (FENAPES) and the Federación Uruguaya de Magisterio - Trabajadores de Educación Primaria (FUM-TEP) about the Global Response campaign.

From 22-23 March, they took part in national activities in the framework of the global response.

Meeting with the UNESCO office on the 2030 Agenda in Chile

From 6-7 April, Combertty Rodriguez met with the UNESCO office in Santiago to work on ways to achieve SDG 4 of the 2030 Agenda.

“Escuela itinerante” and Global Response activities in Argentina

On 17 April, Combertty Rodriguez participated in a public event in Buenos Aires organised by the Confederación de Trabajadores de la Educación de la República Argentina (CTERA) on “Escuela pública itinerante” (Itinerant public school). This event was also attended by Angelo Gavrielatos and Nicolas Richards on behalf of EI.

The CTERA also hosted the launch of a Global Response report: La privatización educativa en América Latina: Una cartografía de políticas, tendencias y trayectorias by Antoni Verger, Mauro Moschetti and Clara Fontdevila maps the various policies, trends and trajectories of education privatisation across the Latin American region. The study reveals that, in recent decades, Latin America has seen the steadiest growth in the privatisation of education. Member organisations from Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay were present at the launch.

On 18 April, Combertty Rodriguez met with the Confederación de Educadores Argentinos’ Executive Committee to inform its members about the Global Response campaign. He also met with the Federación Nacional de Docentes Universitarios(CONADU) Executive Committee which was celebrating the 10thanniversary of the creation of the CONADU Instituto de Estudios y Capacitación.

Preparations for the IV Latin American pedagogical meeting in Brazil

From 24-25 April, Combertty Rodriguez took part in a meeting with theConfederaçao Nacional dos Trabalhadores em Educação (CNTE) Executive Committee in Belo Horizonte. Attendees made decisions around the logistics (hotels and meeting rooms) for the IV Latin American Pedagogical meeting to take place in November 2017.

Research on unions’ influence in equality public policies in Bolivia

From 22-28 April, Gabriela Sancho travelled to La Paz and Santa Cruz for a research meeting on unions’ influence on public policies on equality.

CNTE pedagogical meeting in Brazil

From 27-28 April, Combertty Rodriguez participated in a pedagogical meeting organised by CNTE in in Cuiabá, Mato Grosso.

FE.CC.OO Congress in Spain

From 9-10 May, Combertty Rodriguez travelled to Madrid for Federación de Enseñanza CC.OO. (FE.CC.OO.) Congress.
Upcoming events

- Management and Senior Coordinators meeting 10 July

- Capacity development workshop for ‘EI Young SDG Advocates’ 17-19 July

- World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) Education International Seminar on Indigenous Rights 22-23 July

- Global Response campaign planning/research launch in Liberia 28 July

- Management and Senior Coordinators meeting 6 September

- EI Special Officers Meeting 11 September

- EI African Regional Committee Meeting 11-13 September

- European Trade Union Committee for Education Bureau 13 September

- Refugee Conference EI African region 13-15 September

- Global Response campaign planning/research launch in Uruguay 14-15 September

- Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) Global Response Latin-America Region planning 20-22 September

- Global Response campaign planning/research launch in Peru 25-26 September

- Central and Eastern Europe round table 27-29 September

- Management and Senior Coordinators meeting 9 October

- EI Asia-Pacific Regional Committee Meeting 9 October

- 8th EI Asia-Pacific Regional Conference 10-12 October

- European Trade Union Committee for Education Committee 23-24 October

- 4th EI-Public Services International LGBT Forum 30 October

Dear colleague Abdalwahed
It was indeed good to meet you at the NASUWT conference in Manchester earlier this year and exchange our points of view, experiences and the challenges colleagues face in the different regions of EI. Cooperation and exchange of good practices is indeed the way forward to strengthen solidarity amongst the education trade unions between the regions and in the world. With this aim, many of ETUCE’s member organisations are involved in the cooperation and development work of EI and its accompanying network which provides a good platform for initiating partnerships and exchanges between EI member organisations from different EI regions. Embedded in this framework based on member organisation’s partnerships the European region contributes to the development and cooperation work of EI and the exchange between the regions.
 
Kind regards,
 
Susan Flocken
 
 

Susan Flocken
European Director

 
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ETUCE, the European Trade Union Committee for Education, is the European Region of Education International representing 132 education trade unions in Europe with 11 million individual members from all levels of education.
ETUCE is the European Social Partner in education and a European Trade union Federation in ETUC, the European Trade Union Confederation.



رۆژی سێشەممی رێككەوتی 20حوزەیرانی 2017 ئەنجومەنی باڵای بزاڤی ئاشتی ناوخۆ((بان)) لە شاری هەولێر و لە هۆتێل كاپیتۆل كۆبوونەوەی ئاسایی خۆی بە ئامادەبوونی نوێنەرانی هەر چوار پارچەی كوردستان  و ژمارەیەك كەسایەتی سیاسی و رۆشنبیری بەڕێوەبرد ،وێڕای  چەند ساتێك وەستان لەسەر گیانی پاكی شەهیدانی گەلی كوردستان  بە گشتی رونكردنەوەی پێویست لە لایەن  سەرۆكی بزاڤەوە لەسەر  هەلومەرجی ئێستا و پرسی ریفراندۆم و  گرنگی ئەم  كۆبوونەوەیە لەم كات و ساتەداخستەڕو، ئەندامانی ئەنجومەن و بەشداربووان بیر و ڕاو سەرنجی خۆیان لەمبارەیەوە پێشكەشكرد، سەرەنجام گەیشتنە ئەو دەرەنجامەی كەوا بانگەوازی هەموو لایەنەكان لە كوردستانی باشور و پارچەكانیتر بكەن كە ناوماڵی كوردستان بە گشتی رێكبخەنەوەو خۆیان ئامادەبكەن بۆ قۆناغی داهاتو بە دیاریكراوی دوای شەڕی داعش هەروەها حكومەتی هەرێم باروگوزەرانی خەڵكی هەرێم بە گشتی و مامۆستایان و فەرمانبەران بە تایبەتی باش بكات، هاوزەمان دەزگاودامەزراوە شەرعیەكانیش كارا بكرێتەوە، هەموو خەڵكی كوردستانیش بە ناوچە دابڕێنراوەكانیشەوە بەشداری پرۆسەی ریفراندۆم بكەن چونكە ئەوە مافێكی سروشتی گەلەكەمانە، ئەمەو چەندین بابەتیتری گرنگ تایبەت بە هەڵمەتی هۆشیار كردنەوەی كۆمەڵانی خەڵك لەسەر بەرقەراركردنی ئاشتەوایی و یەكخستنەوەی ناوماڵی كوردستانی گەورە، بڕیاری ئەوەشدرا سەردانی هەموو لایەنەكان بكرێت. شیاوی باسە  نوێنەری یەكێتی مامۆستایانی كوردستان  كە ئەندامی ئەنجومەنەكەیە ئامادەی كۆبوونەوەكە بوو بە چەندین موداخەلەش ناوەرۆكی بانگەوازەكەی دەوڵەمەند كرد.



Dear Abdulwahid Muhammad,

The international community observes the World Day Against Child Labour on 12 June. Education is an essential tool for eliminating child labour, and Education International together with its partners, such as the Global March Against Child Labour, believes that all efforts need to be made to ensure that all children get adequate education rather than being put to work.

Other important issues covered this month are listed below. Support our work by sharing these items with your community, be it via email or social media!

Kind regards,

Fred van Leeuwen, General Secretary

 

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More news is available on our website: www.ei-ie.org

Education International is the voice of the teaching profession worldwide. A global federation of over 400 member unions in more than 170 countries and territories, it represents 30 million teachers and education workers from pre-school to university.

For more information please contact the EI Secretariat:
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بەڕێوەبەرایەتی ڕاگەیاندنی وەزارەتی خوێندنی باڵا و توێژینەوەی زانستی

وەزارەتی خوێندنی باڵا و توێژینەوەی زانستی یەکەمین گروپی کاندیدە سەرکەتوەکانی سکۆلەرشیپی ڕادەگەێنێ، بۆیە بەڕێوەبەرایەتی نێردراوان لە وەزارەتی خوێندنی باڵا و توێژینەوەی زانستی داوا لەو کاندیدانە دەکات، کە ناویان هاوپێچە لە ماوەی دیاریکراودا دواین ڕێکارەکانی پەسندکردنی سکۆلەرشیپەکە جێبەجێ بکەن.


 دوای ئەوەی وەزارەتی خوێندنی باڵا و توێژینەوەی زانستی له‌ چوارچێوه‌ی ڕێكکه‌وتنامه‌ی لەگەڵ  وه‌زاره‌تی توانسته‌ مرۆییه‌كانی هه‌نگاریا سی (١٠ ماستەر و ٢٠ دکتۆرا) سکۆلەرشیپی خوێندنی باڵا بۆ فێرخوازان و هاوڵاتیانی هەرێمی کوردستان ڕاگەیاند، ژمارەیەکی زۆری فێرخواز داواکاریان پێشکەشکرد، لە ئەنجامدا دوای وەرگرتنی سەرجەم دۆکیومێنت و پرۆسێسکردنی  دۆکیومێنتەکان لە ڕێگەی کۆمیتەیەکی تایبەت، لیستی کاندیدە ڕەسەنەکان لەلایەن وەزارەتی خوێندنی باڵا و توێژینەوەی زانستی ڕاگەیندرا و، لیستی ناوەکان  ڕەوانەی حکومەتی هەنگاریا کرا بۆ ئەوەی وەک کاندیدی کۆتایی لەلایەن حکومەتی هەنگاریا پەسند بکرێن و وەربگیرێن.


بۆیە وەزارەتەکەمان ئاگاداری خوازیارانی ئەو سکۆلەرشیپە دەکات، ئەوانەی ناویان لەم لیستەدا هاتوە  و یەکەمین گروپی کاندیدە سەرکەتوەکانی ئەو سکۆلەرشیپەن، کە لەلایەن حکومەتی هەنگاریا پەسندکراون و وەک خوێندکار وەرگیراون و، دەتوانن بۆ ساڵی خوێندنی (٢٠١٧-٢٠١٨) دەست بەخوێندنی ئەکادیمی خۆیان بکەن.


وەرگرتنی ئەو گروپەش لە ئەنجامی تاقیکردنەوەی وەرگرتنی سەرەتایی و، لەبەرچاوگرتنی توانایی وەرگرتنی زانکۆ پەیوەندیدارەکان، دامەزراوەی (Tempus Public Foundation)ی هەنگاری بڕیاری لەسەر داوە و، بۆیە وەزارەتەکەمان ئاگاداری ئەو کاندیدانە دەکات، کە ناویان لەو دو لیستەدا هاوپێچە لە ڕێگەی جێبەجێکردنی پەسندکردنی سکۆلەرشیپەکە کارەکانیان تەواو بکەن، هەروەک ئەوانەشی کە بەمەرج وەرگیراون، دەبێ سەرجەم دوکیومێنتەکانیان لە ڕێگەی(Chronos Online System) پێشکەش بەلایەنی پەیوەندیدار بکەن، بۆ ئەوەی بەتەواوەتی سکۆلەرشیپەکانیان پەسند بکرێ و وەربگیرێن، تەنانەت ئەگەر پێشتریش لە ڕێگەی ئیمێل ڕەوانەیان کردبێت.


تێبینیەکان:

1.    دواین ڕێکەوت بۆ ڕایکردنی پرۆسە کارگێڕییەکانی کاندیدە سەرکەوتوەکان (١/٨/٢٠١٧) دەبێت، بە پێچەوانەوە بێبەش دەبن لە بەدەست هێنانی ئەم سکۆلەرشیپە.


2.    بۆ زانیاری و وردەکاری زیاتر، تکایە کلیک لەسەر ئەم بەستەرە بکە بۆ ڕایکردنی کارەکان.


3.    پشتگیریە داراییەکانی ئەم بەرنامەیە بریتیە لەوەی کاندیدەکان دەبەخشرێن لە کرێی خوێندن واتا خوێندن بە خۆراییە، لەهەمان کاتدا دەرماڵەی مانگانەی کاندیدی بەرنامەیه خوێندنی ماستەر بریتیە لە (٤٠٤٦٠) فۆرەنتی هەنگاری بۆ ماوەی دوانزە مانگ بۆ هەرسالێک تا خوێندنەکەی تەواو دەبێت، هەروەک دەرماڵەی مانگانەی کاندیدی بەرنامەی خوێندنی دکتۆرا بریتیە لە (١٤٠٠٠٠) فۆرەنتی هەنگاری بۆ هەر مانگێک بۆ ماوەی چوار وەرزی یەکەم و، بڕی (١٨٠٠٠٠) فۆرەنتی هەنگاری بۆ هەر مانگێک بۆ ماوەی چوار وەرزی دوەم  بۆ ماوەی دوانزە مانگ لە سالێک  تا کۆتایی خوێندنەکەی بۆ خەرج دەکرێ.


4.    بەرنامەکە بەشی ناوخۆیی  یا بڕی (٤٠٠٠٠) فۆرەنتی هەنگاری بۆ هەر مانگێک وەک هاوکاری بۆ دابینکردنی شوێنی حەوانەوە لە دەرەوەی کامپی زانکۆ بۆ هەر کاندیدێک تەرخان کردوە.


5.    دوای بەدەستهێنانی (Decision of Admission) بەڵگەنامەی پەسندکردن لە لایەن زانکۆی خانەخوێ لە  وڵاتی هەنگاریا پێویستە کاندید سەردانی بەڕێوەبەرایەتی نێرداوان لە دیوانی وەزارەتەکەمان بکات بۆ پرۆسێسکردنی مامەڵەی مۆڵەتی خویندن، هەروەک سەردانی بەڕێوەبەرایەتی نێردراوان و پەیوەندییە ڕۆشنبیرییەکان و تەنیسق بکات بۆ بەدەستهێنانی پشتگیری تایبەت بە بەدەستهێنانی ڤیزەی وڵاتی هەنگاریا.


لە هەمان کاتدا وەزارەتی خوێندنی باڵا و توێژینەوەی زانستی ئاگاداری خوازیارانی ئەم سکۆلەرشیپە دەکات، لە ناوەڕاستی مانگی داهاتو گروپی دوەمی کاندیدەکان لەلایەن دامەزراوەی (Tempus Public Foundation)ی هەنگاری پەسند بکرێ و، دواتریش لەلایەن وەزارەتەکەمانەوە لیستی ناوی کاندیدەکان بڵاو بکرێتەوە بۆ ئەوەی کارەکانیان ڕایی بکەن.


    کلیک لێرە بکە بۆ بینینى لیستى ناوى کاندیدە پەسندکراوەکان لەلایەن وڵاتى هەنگاریا بۆ  خوێندنى باڵا/ ماستەر
    کلیک لێرە بکە بۆ بینینى گروپى یەکەمى لیستى ناوى کاندیدە پەسندکراوەکان لەلایەن وڵاتى  هەنگاریا بۆ خوێندنى باڵا/ دکتۆرا

 

http://www.mhe-krg.org/ku/node/3555



۱٦/٦/۲۰۱۷ سەرۆكی یەكێتی مامۆستایانی كوردستان لە شاری هەولێر لە پارکی کانیاو لە پیشبرکێی ڕاکردینی منداڵان بەسەرپەرشتی گروپی هانا بۆ منداڵان ئامادەبوو .

ئهمڕۆ دووشهممه رێكهوتی 2017/6/19 له بارهگای سهندیكای پارێزهرانی كوردستان له ههولێر و به ئاماده بوونی نوێنهرانی 37 یهكێتی، سهندیكا و كۆمهڵهی پیشهیی كۆبوونهوهیهك لهسهر دوا گۆڕانكارییهكانی ناوچهكه و ریفراندۆم ئهنجام درا.
 دوای كۆبوونهوه و گۆڕینهوهی بۆچوونهكان، ههموو لایهك كۆكبوون لهسهر پشتگیریكردنی ریفراندۆم، كاراكردنهوهی پهرلهمان و چاككردنی بژێوی هاووڵاتییان.
 دواتر بهیاننامهیهك ئاماده كرا و پرێس كۆنفرانسێك بۆ دهزگا ڕاگهیاندنهكان ساز كرا