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When you educate girls, extraordinary things happen

And new film Girl Rising will show you how, as Moira Moderelli explains.

Filed in: Education Film Women

Dark days for the right to protest on campus

Freedom for dissent is threatened in the few public spaces where free thought is encouraged. Adam McGibbon is concerned.

Filed in: Activism Education Ireland United Kingdom

My writing guru: They don’t make ‘em like Sadhan anymore

Contact with a former mentor has triggered memories for Mari Marcel Thekaekara, decades on from her journalism training in Kolkata.

Filed in: Education India Media

London student protest ends in anger and frustration

National Union of Students leader, Liam Burns was egged off stage at the national demonstration. Amy Hall reports.

Filed in: Activism Education United Kingdom Youth

Return of the student army

With a new national demonstration on the horizon Amy Hall is hoping for a renewed, and more persistent, British student movement.

Filed in: Activism Education Equality United Kingdom Youth

Theatre of deceit in Kashmir

Students discover that their university is a political stage, reports Uzma Falak.

Filed in: Education India Kashmir Pakistan Politics

Lessons of the past for young Adivasi

In her latest post from India, Mari Marcel Thekaekara explains how a group of local indigenous children gained pride in their ancestry.

Filed in: Education India Indigenous Peoples

Ratings v quality – time for the media to do the right thing

With education losing out to sensationalism, the current balance is all wrong, says Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Education Media

Québec’s Maple Spring

Richard Swift says Canada’s wave of pots-and-pans protests signal the first major rupture with the austerity agenda.

Filed in: Canada Education

Privatizing schools is madness

It’s the poor and vulnerable who will suffer in the ideologically motivated rush to convert schools to academies, says Chris Brazier.

Filed in: Education United Kingdom

Student protests: the return to the streets

Despite relatively low numbers on Wednesday, the push for a truly public university system is by no means dead in the water, says Michael Pooler.

Filed in: Activism Education Politics Trade Unions

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