Teacher’s strike
Teachers protest Morocco Teachers in Morocco on strike to protest legal persecution by authorities over protests

For the last several years, teachers have been protesting regularly demanding an end to the contractual system introduced by the government in 2016 which resulted in lesser pay and benefits and job insecurity for hundreds of thousands of teachers 

Hungarian teachers demand better salaries and working conditions and other stories

Today we look at a teachers’ strike in Hungary, threats to trans children’s access to gender-affirming care in the US, and more

Teachers Strike - Hungary Hungarian teachers starts indefinite strike demanding wage hikes, increased staff

The conservative government in Hungary led by Viktor Orban has tried to restrict teachers’ strikes by issuing a special decree calling for mandatory teaching services in schools citing the COVID-19 crisis

Teachers Strike - Hungary School teachers across Hungary gear up for major protests

The conservative government in Hungary led by Viktor Orban is trying to restrict teachers’ strikes by issuing a special decree calling for mandatory teaching services in schools citing the COVID-19 crisis

Labor strikes in Australia Multiple strikes bring Australia’s most populous State to a standstill

Thousands of teachers, bus drivers and railway workers protested against the “anti-worker approach” of the New South Wales government by holding parallel strikes in the State

Drivers demand debt relief for crushing taxi permit loans in the US and other stories

Today we look at the protest for debt relief by taxi drivers in New York City, the 19 year long wrongful imprisonment of Ahmed Rabbani by the U.S., and more

French teachers holds strike demanding safety measures in schools

Teachers and students across France are outraged at the government’s failure to provide safety arrangements in overcrowded schools across the country in the wake of a fresh spike in COVID-19 cases

Teachers’ strike enters third week in Zimbabwe

The teachers have seen their salaries decline from an equivalent of around 550 US dollars to a mere 30-35 US dollars in a span of two years.

In Zimbabwe, teachers defy president’s threat and continue protest into third week

Teachers in Zimbabwe, who are finding it to even difficult to travel to schools due to the decline in the value of their salaries, began staying off from work from September 28

Citing dismal pay, teachers to boycott classes in Zimbabwe

The average salary of a public school teacher has dropped to the equivalent of USD 30-35 a month. The Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association says they cannot afford to work until salaries are restored to the equivalent of USD 520

Struggle to save Indian public education continues in Delhi University

Since December 4, teachers in Delhi University in the capital city of India have been on an indefinite strike, demanding the protection of their livelihoods.

Lecturers and staff go on strike in universities across the UK

The strike was called after the workers were pushed to a “breaking point” according to the UCU

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