Although the protests of 2016 are mostly unrelated to each other and often concern internal university problems, they are a consequence of a more general phenomenon, namely the failure of the higher education reform in Ukraine.
Artifacts on display at the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk paint a powerful pluralist picture of war experiences. But the museum’s future is currently in jeopardy.
As the Slovak teachers’ movement for better working conditions continues, politicians fail to take action.
A proposed educational reform is the latest in a series of governmental projects that are turning Poland upside down.
The mass student demonstrations and growing protest movement led by the Student Plenum have paved the way for broader anti-government protests.
Thousands of teachers have taken to the streets, demanding a 250 Euro increase in salaries, as well as an overall budget increase for the education sector.
Last Saturday, a crowd of more than 20,000 people gathered in front of the Parliament to articulate their demands for a comprehensive reform of the educational system.