هه‌واڵه‌ جیهانیه‌كانی تایبه‌ت به‌ یه‌كێتیی مامۆستایان

20 حوزەیران 2017


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

 

EI defends education workers' rights at International Labour Conference

The labour rights of teachers and quality terms of employment for better education systems have been at the core of EI deputy general secretary Haldis Holst's address to the International Labour Conference. >>>>>


Education unions work to ensure a child’s place is in school, not at work

This year’s World Day Against Child Labour has focused efforts on the fallout of conflicts and disasters, and how they are catalysts for pushing millions of children into labour or into the hands of traffickers. >>>>>


Liberia: Uproar amongst academics as Ministry of education blocks independent research on privatisation

Renowned academics from all over the world are asking the Education Minister of Liberia to allow independent research on a private for-profit education project. >>>>>


Japan: Union marks seven decades of commitment

The Japan Teachers Union celebrated its 70th anniversary on 8 June, highlighting the work of the union in improving the working conditions and status of teachers. >>>>>

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

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