Greece: After an eight week struggle, the movement is still on…
07 Mar 2007 18:12 GMT
It has, already, been eight weeks since the world of education in Greece has been struggling. Today we can count up to 280 occupied faculties out of the 420, six national mobilizations in Athens and six decentralized, a few occupations of secondary schools, a three week strike by university personnel and three days of nation-wide strike in several sectors of the industry (inter alia, teachers of the primary and secondary education). This movement does not seem to deflate yet, not even after two events which completely changed the scene: firstly, the PASOK (Greek socialist party) does not support any more the government in its will to revise article 16 of the constitution and secondly, on Tuesday February 20 the government put again on the table the law cadre...
New Year's resolution: To fight for the public and free education for all!!
"2007 will be remembered in history as the year of total refusal of all the reforms which do not go in the direction of free and public education for all and at all levels... ", declared a member of a student union.