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What do we really know about Bridge International Academies?

Education International’s African leaders have released a statement today calling on their Heads of States to reject privatisation and to invest in quality public education for all. The statement warns against foreign multinational corporations who are seeking market opportunities and are targeting major African cities. These companies are attacking and undermining public education across the continent according to EI. The special attention was paid to Bridge International Academies which is emblematic of what is wrong with privatisation. The presented research paper "What do we really know about Bridge International Academies?" reviews seven studies conducted in local communities where it operates (in Liberia, Nigeria, Kenya and Uganda).

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"We Health Workers Must Not Become Coronavirus Martyrs" - Nurse George Poe Williams

Nurse George Poe Williams watched colleagues die as Ebola killed over 8% of the Liberian health workforce. Now he has a message for governments around the world facing the #CoronaVirus: #SafeWorkersSaveLives https://publicservices.international/resources/news/coronavirus-guidance-briefing-for-union-action---update?id=10637&lang=en