Online education
Brazilian unions reject return to classes without safe conditions

Brazilian educational and healthcare workers took to the streets on July 29 to denounce the decision by the state government to return to in-person classes while the pandemic rages on

COVID-19 in Pakistan Pakistan’s COVID-19 response is eroding trust of people in institutions, says report

The Imran Khan-led government’s overall response to the COVID-19 crisis has been marred by inconsistency, according to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), which claims that the ongoing pandemic has increased the trust-deficit 

Student survey- Belgium Student group launches survey on education inequality in Belgium

Student group Comac claims that the shift to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has increased inequality in education and that almost a quarter of the students in Belgium do not have an adequate place to study

International students may be asked to leave the US, if classes entirely online

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has announced the move as several universities are planning to move classes online in the upcoming semester

Indian government’s approach to students’ issues is exclusionary

Dipsita Dhar from of the Students’ Federation of India (SFI) talks about the plight of Indian students and the demands being made by them to the government to ensure that education remains accessible to all.

Italian communist Youth COVID Communist youth in Italy launch campaign to guarantee student rights

The Front of the Communist Youth (FGC) started a petition #EmergenzaUniversità in more than 40 universities across Italy to demand support for students during the ongoing crisis

Mandatory online classes not accessible for millions in Italy: Communist Youth

The Italian government has issued a school decree calling for mandatory online classes for students during the national lockdown due to COVID-19 emergency

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