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#FeesMustFall, JNU protest against fee hike #FeesMustFall, India’s JNU reverberates

Hostel fees has been increased by more than 999% from 2700/- (38.20USD) to a whopping 30,100/- (425.88USD) annually (excluding monthly mess bill and newly introduced electricity and water charges).

Brazil' Students Protest for Education Brazil’s fight for education

Since the election of far-right wing President Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil has witnessed series of anti-people and anti-working class measures pushing the country towards privatization.

Sacramento teachers protest school’s district backtracking on agreement

Nearly 3,000 teachers and support staff from California’s Sacramento City Unified School District, under the banner of the Sacramento City Teachers Association, staged a protest on April 11 over the school district’s failure to abide by the terms of a 2017 agreement

Mexican teachers and students seek dignity for educators, rise in salaries

Students and teachers of the National Autonomous University of Mexico also demanded that the university disregard the National Autonomous University of Mexico as their representative

Over 35,000 Colombian teachers march to Occupy Bogotá demanding support for education

The march was called by the Colombian Federation of Education Workers in rejection of the government’s National Development Plan. The federation said the plan does not guarantee sufficient financing for school connectivity, transportation, food and free education.

Teachers march in the Netherlands, seeking investment in education, higher wages

The strike was called by the General Education Union (Aob) and the trade union FNV Onderwijs en Onderzoek, and supported by action groups such as PO in Actie, VO in Actie, and FVoV. The teachers are seeking a 4 billion euro rise in education spending

30,000 teachers in India block road to State education minister’s office demanding higher pay

Thousands of teachers of Shishu Shiksha Kendras (SSKs) and Madhyamik Shiksha Kendras (MSKs) (primary and middle educational institutions) in the State of West Bengal have been protesting since March 1. Their honorarium has not been increased for the last seven years

Oakland teachers approve new contract, vote to end strike

The new contract includes 11% salary increase over 4 years and a one-time 3% bonus upon ratification. The teachers went on strike on February 21 after almost two years of unfruitful negotiations with authorities

Photo of a peasant injured during police repression in Popayan Protesters meet with brutal police repression in Cauca, Colombia

The protesters are demanding that the national government guarantee basic rights such as health, education and housing as well as the protection of social and peasant leaders

Carlos Ron, Venezuelan Vice-Minister for North America PART 1: What is the real motive behind US ‘aid’ to Venezuela?

Carlos Ron, Venezuelan Vice-Minister for North America also explains how country’s socialist policies helped the Venezuelan people to overcome the brutal impact of the US led economic warfare.

Around the world in 8 minutes ep 10 Around the World in 8 Minutes: Episode 10

In this episode, we take a look into the South African students’ protest, and Indian youth march against unemployment and state crackdown on dissent.

Crackdown on students in South Africa leaves one dead

Protests began on Monday after Witwatersrand University failed to fulfill its promise to let students with a particular amount of debt to seek admission and accommodation. Protests also broke out in many parts of the country over financial aid programs for students

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