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Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 396 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 32.5 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university.

Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 396 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 32.5 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university.
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Belgium

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Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 396 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 32.5 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university.

Twitter:

@eduint

Language:

English

Contact:

+3222240611


Episodes

Educators take the lead against climate change

7/25/2019
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Today we talked to EI President Susan Hopgood, a strong advocate against climate change. What can teachers do to support movements like #Fridaysforfuture? Why is this topic so high on EI's agenda for the coming years?

Duration:00:16:34

Young educators take the lead

7/24/2019
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How committed and involved are young educators in their unions? That’s what we discussed for EdVoices with Ann Mari Milo Lorentzen from UEN/Norway and Kristhean Navales from ACT/Philippines.

Duration:00:13:47

25 lessons on education and democracy

7/23/2019
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What role does education play in and for democracy? The new book by Fred van Leeuwen and Susan Hopgood gives answers from the experience and the wisdom of the teaching profession. If you feel inspired, grab your free copy here! https://bit.ly/2K1X4jh

Duration:00:26:01

Kailash Satyarthi on how to take leadership to change the world

7/22/2019
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How can teachers and activists take the lead together to bring social justice to all children and all people in the world? This is a big task but we are many who want to see things change for the better. We have sat down with Nobel Peace Prize Kailash Satyarthi and gained many insights! Listen in and join our movements.

Duration:00:20:43

Where do refugee teachers go?

6/20/2019
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On World Refugee Day we look into the situation of refugee teachers - what happens to educators when they have to flee their homes? Do they have a chance to work as teachers in their host countries? This is the story of a journey from exclusion to recognition.

Duration:00:37:19

12 juin - Les actions des syndicats de l'éducation à travers le monde contre le travail des enfants

6/12/2019
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Pour la Journée mondiale contre le travail des enfants, le 12 juin, Samuel Grumiau, consultant de l'IE pour les activités des syndicats d'enseignants visant à lutter contre ce fléau, revient sur les nombreux projets qui existent au plan mondial pour garantir à tous les enfants une éducation de qualité.

Duration:00:21:54

28 avril, Journée mondiale de la sécurité et de la santé au travail

4/27/2019
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A l’occasion du 28 avril, Journée mondiale de la sécurité et de la santé au travail, nous avons interviewé Romain Chave, Délégué général du Réseau éducation et solidarité, et Josie Stolz du Syndicat des Enseignants Romands de Suisse, et membre du Bureau du Comité syndical francophone de l’éducation et de la formation, sur la publication du Rapport Focus Santé. Cette enquête porte sur la santé et le bien-être du personnel de l’éducation dans l’espace francophone.

Duration:00:23:46

The future of work

4/16/2019
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Do you dream about the day computers take over your work? Why the present is still very different and what the future might look like are the topics of this podcast.

Duration:00:18:07

Brasil: la educación en el centro de la resistencia

3/15/2019
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La masacre en la escuela Profesor Raul Brasil, en el municipio de Suzano, ha conmocionado al mundo educativo. Hoy publicamos esta entrevista a Fatima da Silva, secretaria general del sindicato CNTE, afiliado a la Internacional de la Educación, quien nos explica cuál es la posición de los docentes en el nuevo contexto político del país.

Duration:00:14:40

Working as a network on development cooperation: questions and answers

2/28/2019
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In this podcast, two of our affiliates, Danish Union of Teachers’ International Secretary Tore Asmussen and the Director of the International and Social Justice Programme of the Canadian Teachers' Federation Dan Martin discuss Education International’s development cooperation network, that brought together education unions from around the world. They also share their thoughts on ways to improve this network aiming to strengthen educators’ unions and ensure quality education for all.

Duration:00:17:40

For Educators: a Year of Renewal and Leadership

1/21/2019
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Education International's General Secretary, David Edwards, is interviewed about the upcoming congress of Education International (Bangkok, July 2019)

Duration:00:25:48

Philippines: The price of privatisation

1/15/2019
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Raymond Basilio, General Secretary, Alliance of Concerned Teachers – Philippines , has recently been the subject of death threats. In this podcast he talks about the campaign against the privatisation of education in his country

Duration:00:14:23

Education International's President Susan Hopgood looking forward to Congress year 2019

12/19/2018
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In this podcast, Education International’s President Susan Hopgood reflects on education funding, gender equality, and turns towards 2019, when the 8th EI World Congress will be held in Bangkok, Thailand.

Duration:00:13:54

La formation des enseignants en France

11/6/2018
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Mélanie Faivre du SNES-FSU et Christian Chevalier de l'UNSA-Education parlent de la situation et des actions syndicales en faveur de la formation professionnelle des enseignants et éducateurs en France.

Duration:00:16:22

La condition des enseignant.e.s et de la profession enseignante en Francophonie

10/22/2018
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Les représentant.e.s de syndicats de l'éducation du Canada (Québec), du Sénégal et de France réfléchissent ensemble sur la condition des enseignant.e.s et de la profession enseignante dans leurs pays et régions.

Duration:00:32:43

More than bread and butter: how unions help educators

10/10/2018
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Schools have to deal with many issues. This means, ultimately, that teachers in Europe have to deal with many issues. What can be done to help them in these difficult times?

Duration:00:28:07

Education at a Glance: an expert analysis of the latest data on education

9/11/2018
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Our experts analyse the latest publication of the OECD, Education At A Glance, which is more than just 500 pages of data - it is a very useful tool for everybody who is interested and working in education.

Duration:00:29:05

Dita Vogel and Elina Stock: How German Schools Include Refugees

8/13/2018
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Dita Vogel and Elina Stock share the findings of their recent study “Opportunities and Hope Through Education: How German Schools Include Refugees” You can find the publication at this address: https://issuu.com/educationinternational/docs/vogel_stockv9?e=3689445/55774886

Duration:00:21:36

Manos Antoninis: Accountability in Education

6/25/2018
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Manos Antoninis: Accountability in Education by Education International

Duration:00:15:22

Zimbabwe's education unions united to fight child labour

5/29/2018
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Top education unionists talk about their unions' joint work and activities to set up child labour free zones in Zimbabwe.

Duration:00:15:13