Trade Union Education
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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We Might Be Close To A Deal, But We Still Have No Idea What Brexit Means For Education - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UK

We Might Be Close To A Deal, But We Still Have No Idea What Brexit Means For Education
HuffPost UK
We're not alone in this view; several other trade unions – including Unison and GMB – have come out in favour of another referendum. Last month, an estimated 700,000 people took to the streets demanding a say on the any final Brexit deal. And in recent ...

Time has come for clamour of protest for financial investment in education - The Irish News

The Irish News

Time has come for clamour of protest for financial investment in education
The Irish News
Underfunding of schools has resulted in over-worked and underpaid teachers, leaving us with unresolved industrial disputes between employers and educational trade unions. The following statistics graphically illustrate the essence of the problem:.

Breaking News(papers) - Psychology Today (blog)

Psychology Today (blog)

Breaking News(papers)
Psychology Today (blog)
To complicate things further, Kristol acknowledged that journalists had become critical of all Establishment authorities, including “trade union leaders and university presidents, the political left as well as the political right,” Jimmy Carter as well ...

Unison launches 'Grovember' as it becomes the UK's biggest trade union - LabourList

LabourList

Unison launches 'Grovember' as it becomes the UK's biggest trade union
LabourList
Unison has become the UK's biggest trade union, with over 1.3 million members in both public and private sectors. They work in diverse industries from education, local government and the NHS to the police service and energy sector. Today the trade ...

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Unison higher education ballot: 62% vote to strike but anti-union rules block action - Socialist Party

Socialist Party

Unison higher education ballot: 62% vote to strike but anti-union rules block action
Socialist Party
Unison trade union members at universities across the UK voted 62% in favour of strike action after rejecting the employers' final offer of 2% (with slightly higher increases for the lowest paid of up to 2.7%). While this is a significant result, and ...

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Cameroon:Anglophone teachers slam Biya over GCE Board reorganistion - Journalducameroun.com - English (press release) (blog)

Journalducameroun.com - English (press release) (blog)

Cameroon:Anglophone teachers slam Biya over GCE Board reorganistion
Journalducameroun.com - English (press release) (blog)
In a memorandum addressed to the Head of State and signed by the various leaders of the five teachers' trade union, Paul Biya has been asked to review his decision which could be seen as a dissolution of the Anglophone sub system of education.

Thousands of teachers march in Glasgow over pay - BBC News

BBC News

Thousands of teachers march in Glasgow over pay
BBC News
Austerity doesn't work, quality public services need proper funding and by investing in teachers then there is investment in education and our young people and their futures." EIS general secretary Larry Flanagan said: "Look at the magnificent array of ...

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Welsh college staff overwhelmingly vote for strike action over pay and workload - WalesOnline

WalesOnline

Welsh college staff overwhelmingly vote for strike action over pay and workload
WalesOnline
Lecturers and academic support staff at Welsh further education colleges have voted overwhelmingly for strike action in a row over pay and workload. The dispute has arisen after all 13 FE colleges and institutions in Wales rejected the joint trade ...

Teaching unions hit out at Scottish Government for "duplicitous” pay offer letter - Holyrood

Holyrood

Teaching unions hit out at Scottish Government for "duplicitous” pay offer letter
Holyrood
EIS General Secretary Larry Flanagan said: “The EIS has already voiced its serious concerns over the Scottish Government and COSLA seeking to interfere in a legitimate trade union ballot by writing to teachers in this way. “While the basic figures ...

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