UK Education Newswire Archive
02-10-2003 17:35Tha rannsachadh a' nochdadh gu bheil 2 a-mach à gach triuir a' meas na Gaidhlig mar chudromach do dh'Alba.
conference of the European ministers on higher education. Location:
Department for Foreign Affairs, main entrance Werderscher Markt 1 (500m from the
Humboldt University) Time: 12:10h – be on time!!!
The Bologna Process – criticism and alternatives
17-09-2003 18:201.. About the collapsed WTO summit in Cancun
2.. Schedule of the European Education Forum
3.. Demonstration on Saturday, September 20th
4.. Registration, sleeping places and program guide
17-09-2003 16:01Almost 100,000 teachers across Australia shut down hundreds of public schools, in the nation's largest strike by a single workforce. ...
At Melbourne Park, a stopwork meeting of at least 9000 teachers warned of further... action... unless the... government boosted its 9 per cent salary offer... Teachers want 25 to 30 per cent.
16-09-2003 15:38A full day of discussions, workshops and demos looking into using the Linux operating system for multi-media tasks.
13-09-2003 10:24here comes the latest information about the European Education Forum which will take place simultaniously during the summit of the European education ministers from September 18-20 2003 in Berlin, Germany.
11-09-2003 07:05Simultaneously with the European Higher Education Summit 2003 the first European Education Forum (EEF) takes place from 18th to 20th September at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Students, pupils and teachers from whole Europe will come to Berlin to discuss during two days the current education policy and to develop alternatives.
10-09-2003 13:55Latest news around the European Education Forum and Demo, September 18-20 in Berlin
09-09-2003 13:24In the schools local to Excel conference centre housing the DSEI arms fair, the pupils have been forbidden to leave the school at lunch time.
They have been told that if they leave the school premises they could face expulsion.
Some children have left the school grounds and were escorted back by the police.
Police officers are stationed in local schools to enforce this curfew.
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05-09-2003 10:22"Document 1 is Glasgow's first ever International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. The main focus is to show work from the regions around the world where asylum seekers in Glasgow have come from.
In doing so, the films will give asylum seekers a chance to see what is happening in their country of origin and give other residents of Glasgow an opportunity to see everyday life in such countries. These films, whilst explaining the conflicts which people have involuntarily had to flee, also show the richness of their societies and cultures."
Paula Larkin & Mona Rai, Co-ordinators