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Albanian Trade Union Confederation (KSSH)
Bulgaria - KNSB
Bulgaria - PODKREPA
Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bosnia-Hercegovina (SSSBiH)
Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Montenegro (SSSCG)
Confederation of Trade Unions of Republika Srpska (SSSRS)
Croatia - SSSH
Czech Republic - CMKOS
Estonia - EAKL
Federation of Trade Unions of Macedonia (SSSM)
Hungary - ASOK
Hungary - LIGA
Hungary - MOSZ
Hungary - MSZOSZ
Hungary - SZEF
Latvia - LBAS
Lithuania - LDS
Lithuania - LPSS
Moldova - FGSRM
Nezavisnost
Poland - NSZZ Solidarnosc
Romania - Alpha Cartel
Romania - BNS
Romania - CNSLR-Fratia
Romania - CSDR
Slovakia - KOZ SR
Slovenia - ZSSS
Union of Indept.Trade Unions of Albania (BSPSH)
Union of Indpt. Trade Unions of Kosovo (BSPK)
ETUCO
ICFTU
ILO
Phare
All-Russian Confederation of Labour (VKT)
Azerbaijan Trade Union Confederation (AHIK)
Belorussian Trade Union Federation (FTUB) *
Confederation of Trade Unions of Armenia *
Congress of Democratic Trade Unions of Belarus (BKDP) *
Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR)
Federation of Trade Unions of Armenia *
Federation of Trade Unions of Kazakhstan *
Federation of Trade Unions of Kyrgyzstan *
Federation of Trade Unions of Turkmenistan *
Federation of Trade Unions of Uzbekistan *
Free Trade Union Confederation of Ukraine (FTUCU) *
Georgian Trade Union Amalgamation (GTUA)
Other Organisations from NIS
Other Organisations from South-East Europa
The Confederation of Labour of Russia (KTR)
Ukranian Trade Union Federation (UTUF) *

The aims of this website are to:
  • Promote the interests of organisations of teachers and education employees and of education within Central and Eastern Europe through consultations with all relevant institutions and through other trade union actions.
  • Promote the social dimension of Central and Eastern Europe in association with all Education Trade Union.
  • Promote assistance programmes by serving as the liaison between Central and Eastern European institutions and international organisations with regard to national and Central and Eastern European programmes sponsored by EU institutions.

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Union claims success at start of strike by UK university lecturers - Financial Times

Financial Times

Union claims success at start of strike by UK university lecturers
Financial Times
The trade union leading strikes at UK universities in protest at a shake-up to academics' pensions on Thursday claimed success with the first day of industrial action. Sally Hunt, general secretary of the University and College Union, said “every ...
Lecturers would face impoverished retirement under pension changes – unionAberdeen Evening Express

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Holy Cross Sixth Form lecturer elected Bury teaching trade union branch president - Bury Times

Bury Times

Holy Cross Sixth Form lecturer elected Bury teaching trade union branch president
Bury Times
"Statistics, targets and league tables are political and do not illustrate the reality of what is offered to our young people." Mr Murphy has been welcomed into his position by the union and praised for his commitment to young people and encouraging ...

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Back pay dispute with Spain, UK takes centre stage at forum Tuesday - Jamaica Observer

Jamaica Observer

Back pay dispute with Spain, UK takes centre stage at forum Tuesday
Jamaica Observer
THE National Council on Reparations and the Hugh Lawson Shearer Trade Union Education Institute are expected to jointly host a public forum on 'Back Pay Dispute: Reparation and the outstanding labour struggle with Britain and Spain' Tuesday at The ...

Educational Institute of Scotland trade union demands 10% pay rise for teachers - but gives own staff 3% - HeraldScotland

HeraldScotland

Educational Institute of Scotland trade union demands 10% pay rise for teachers - but gives own staff 3%
HeraldScotland
SCOTLAND's top teachers' union is embroiled in a double standards row over the pay award for its employees. The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) lodged a 10 per cent pay claim for teachers last month, but the union is only giving three per cent ...

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Cambridge staff to strike tomorrow – how will students be affected? - Varsity Online

Times Higher Education (THE) (blog)

Cambridge staff to strike tomorrow – how will students be affected?
Varsity Online
What days will the strike land on? Escalating strike action will run until the end of term, meaning walkouts during Weeks Six, Seven and Eight. Graph. The Universities and Colleges Union (UCU), the higher education trade union which has organised the ...
Universities must pay more to protect pensionsTimes Higher Education (THE) (blog)
Why students should support the strike to save staff pensionsForgeToday
UCU - Overhaul of university pensions could leave staff £200,000 worse off in retirementUCU

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“Our schools have been handed over to religious groups!” - Ahval

Ahval

“Our schools have been handed over to religious groups!”
Ahval
Erdoğan repeated these words frequently in the following years, never giving up on his mantra of “raising a pious generation” through the education system. Today, religious groups and foundations in Turkey are living through a golden age. “Our schools ...

John Mulrenan obituary - The Guardian

The Guardian

John Mulrenan obituary
The Guardian
My father, John Mulrenan, who has died aged 63 after suffering from cancer, was a lifelong trade unionist who led the Southwark branch of the public sector union Nalgo in a successful six-week general strike after the 1980s national residential social ...

Warning that education will 'suffer' if staff cuts are made - Cambrian News

Cambrian News

Warning that education will 'suffer' if staff cuts are made
Cambrian News
THE quality of education in Gwynedd will “suffer” should cutbacks be made a trade union has warned. 21 schools in Gwynedd are cutting the amount of assistance students receive in the classroom, according to UNISON. Hundreds of support staff have been ...

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I used to work with South Africa's new President Cyril Ramaphosa in the 1980s – he is an impressive man - The Independent

The Independent

I used to work with South Africa's new President Cyril Ramaphosa in the 1980s – he is an impressive man
The Independent
Ramaphosa should send the Russian nuclear deal for examination by an international tribunal and meanwhile put it on hold. He ought to increase links with European Union investors. Countries like Germany and Sweden have long invested in South Africa ...

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