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Maurie Mulheron Jul 24
Spoke at Education International 8th World Congress in Bangkok about the dangers of privatisation & commercialisation of education that has seen the expansion of for-profit schooling. Global response from teaching unions is vital.
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Maurie Mulheron Jul 25
Delegate from the National Education Association USA at EI World Congress Bangkok condemning her government’s inhumane treatment of refugees, particularly the incarceration of children. To our shame, Australia no better. ⁩ ⁦
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jason schilling Jul 24
Focusing our discussions today on equitable free education for all. Especially convincing governments around the world to recognize that free public education is an essential human right.
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Jerry DeQuetteville Jul 29
Back in the office this morning 48 hours after returning home from Bangkok and the . Rather than deal with the piles of things on my desk requiring attention I'm reflecting upon the 8 days spent on the Congress. /1
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Dorte Lange Jul 25
The most important and powerful word in the world is “we”. Our collective force will bring us forward.
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Diane Dewing Jul 22
Look who’s shown up on this morning’s Twitter leader-Board! It’s ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩! Strong women are never afraid to share their point of view or pass on the wisdom of others.
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Jennifer Moses Jul 25
So proud and honoured to know this Sister, Jalila Al-Salman from the Bahrain Teachers Assoc. The well deserved winner of the Mary Hatwood Futrell award at The continues to stand shoulder to shoulder with you, the BTA and the teachers in Bahrain
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KiriTunksNEU Jul 25
Refugees & asylum seekers are our brothers and sisters. We have to stand up for their rights and against all human rights abuses. No exceptions. This is the way we build a world we all want to live in.
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Johanna JaaraÅstrand Jul 25
Historical election when 6 out of ten open seats goes to strong women leaders! In the teaching profession a majority are women. Today the voted for a more gender equitable executive board! 👏
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Dawn Taylor Jul 25
Inspiring words from Jalila al Salman, a lifelong teacher and trade unionist who has dedicated her life to education, and to representing teachers in Bahrain, receiving the Mary Hatwood Futrell Human and Trade Union Rights Prize for her outstanding contribution
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Haldis Margrete Holst Jul 25
We have no time to lose. All refugee children and youth must receive quality education and refugee teachers must be included in our unions. at
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(((Jeff Freitas))) Jul 25
The Sec Treas of demands that the “... take the steps necessary to put children in schools, and take them out of the street, fields, and factories of exploitative child labor,” in moving the resolution to stop child labor.
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Jarvis Ryan Jul 25
We finally managed to get a photo of delegation to ! Proud to be contributing to global union democracy and quality public education agenda. Congrats to our Secretary Susan Hopgood who has been re-elected as EI President for 4 more years.
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Teri Mooring Jul 25
Absolutely chilling reports from African delegate after delegate speaking to an emergency resolution regarding the attacks & lack of security for teachers. Schools have been closed, millions of students are out of school, and teachers brutally murdered as examples.
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A M Milo Lorentzen (🦇) Jul 24
It breaks my heart to listen to telling us that this morning two teachers in the Philippiens were killed in their home 💔 Here she stand together with our national counsell after recieving the Arthur Svensson Prize
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Barbara Dobrowolski Jul 22
Liz Stuart speaking to Resolution B2, Advancing Gender Equality for Women and Girls at the Education International Congress, pointing out that the number of girls not attending primary school has actually increased by 6% since CEDAW. -fce
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Diane Dewing Jul 23
⁩ addresses on The Future of the Teaching Profession. This motion calls for caution/control over use of AI. ⁦Dean, from ⁦⁩, addresses the priority of teacher-student relationship & teacher autonomy to choose how best to teach
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Diane Dewing Jul 25
we wear paper clips in memory of teachers who refused to teach the Nazi curriculum. As educators, we need to “hold together” to defend high quality publicly funded public education. **Lesson 3 of On Education & Democracy
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Carla Bouchard Jul 24
Proud to be a member of Education International! Delegates at just voted unanimously to condemn the racist appeals of Donald Trump and stand in solidarity with Women of colour in the US Congress.
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Snte Nacional Aug 5
🌎 👉SNTE 🇲🇽 en Tailandia 🇹🇭 Teachers must assume leadership and change the world: Nobel Peace 🏅 🕊️ México
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