Close

Support Global Voices

To stay independent, free, and sustainable, our community needs the help of friends and readers like you.

Donate now »

· June, 2016

Stories about Education from June, 2016

Teacher Shortages Aren't Always Hopeless, Proves Human Rights Group in India

A recent report by Oxfam found that 37 percent of the Indian government's primary schools lack adequate teachers due to insufficient funding.

A Jamaican Children's TV Show Promotes Respectful, Caring Communities

"If we don't invest in the youth, we will never grow. They need our hands, our wisdom, our support, our investment. Let's have a collective vision."

Blood on Campus: How the Killing of a Student Sparked Nationwide Protests in Sudan

Sudan has a long tradition of student protest, but the government appears bent on suppressing the latest wave, triggered by the killing of a student from the contested Nuba region.

What It Means to Reclaim Indigenous Knowledge in a University Setting in Bolivia

"The University [...] exists thanks to the struggle of our grandparents"

Talk of Spanish as an Official ‘Second Language’ Has Jamaicans Asking, What About Patois?

"English language must be taught as a second language. Let us take care of home before we look abroad."

Students Have Occupied More Than 300 Schools Throughout Brazil in Recent Months

"We are vacating with joy because we can pass on our power to organize, to act. It was 56 days of resistance, despite attacks from all sides."

India’s Anti-African Racism Is Once Again in the Spotlight After a Congolese Man’s Beating Death

"Say 'India loves you,' then, to Muslims, Dalits, Africans, seculars...and go right back to kicking them in the face?

Zanj Radio: Jamaica's Online Music Station With a Social Message

"This is not just another media entity. It is a solution."

Spain's Archbishop of Valencia and His Crusade Against the ‘Gay Empire’

An LGBT rights advocacy group has filed a formal complaint with the district attorney for hate crimes “for his homophobic and sexist comments that only serve to incite hatred."

Love reading Global Voices?

Help us understand our readers by completing a quick survey »

Close