World: The professors on strike to denounce the chaos of the health protocols

Palestinian prisoners launch boycott of Israeli military courts

  Palestinian prisoners launch boycott of Israeli military courts Hundreds of Palestinian administrative detainees announce boycott as hunger-striking prisoner faces ‘imminent’ death.In an escalatory step agreed by Palestinian political parties, the 500 so-called administrative detainees began new year by refusing to show up for their court sessions. The boycott includes the initial hearings to uphold the administrative detention order, as well as appeal hearings and later sessions at the Supreme Court.

The mobilization promises to be massive: the teachers of France, exasperated by the waltz of the health protocols related to the epidemic of Covid-19, are called to a strike on Thursday, which should lead to half the schools. All teachers' unions have called for a strike in schools, colleges and high schools. They denounce "an indescribable mess" in schools - and especially schools - because of the fifth epidemic wave and health protocols it involves. "The government announces things, but we do not think that it means for staff on the ground: it's infernal what we are asking us and so it goes to Vau-Eau," said Olivier Week? Flipo, director of a school in the Paris region. Since the return to class after the Christmas holidays, schools live in the Ryhme of a new health protocol that requires a multiplication of tests. Students are now subject to three tests in four days if there is a positive in the class: an antigenic or PCR on the day of the announcement of the COVID case, with attestation to be given to the school, then autototes to do at home at J + 2 and J + 4. A complicated device, while cases multiply resulting in the closure of thousands of classes, among the 527,000 in France. According to SNUIPP-FSU forecasts, the first union in primary school, 75% of first degree teachers could not cross the school portal on Thursday, half of which should be closed. The trade union organization evokes "a historical mobilization by its magnitude over the last twenty years". This "is not a strike against the virus but it illustrates the growing ras-bowl in the schools," says the union, with reference to the words of the Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer, who had talked about a "strike against the virus". The call for strike was launched by almost all trade unions. And for once, this movement has received support from parents' associations of parents and the union of heads of school. In France, the average daily contamination by COVID over the last seven days is 287,603 cases, against 198.200 a week ago.

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  Les professeurs en grève pour dénoncer le chaos des protocoles sanitaires © Reuters / Yiming Woo // File Photo

The mobilization promises to be massive: the teachers of France, exasperated by the waltz of the health protocols related to the epidemic of Covid-19 , are called to a strike on Thursday, which Should result in the closure of half of the schools. All teachers' unions have called for a strike in schools, colleges and high schools. They denounce "an indescribable mess" in schools - and especially schools - because of the fifth epidemic wave and the health protocols it involves. "The government announces things, but we do not think that it means for staff on the ground: it's infernal what we are asking us and so it goes to Vau-Eau," said Olivier Week? Flipo, director of a school in the Paris region.


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DRC: an academic return in the turmoil with a call to strike

 DRC: an academic return in the turmoil with a call to strike © Wikimedia / Humprey J. L. Boyelo University of Kinshasa, DRC. The first academic return, with the tilting of public universities to the LMD system (License - Master - Doctorate), took place this Wednesday, January 5, 2022, in the turmoil. Teachers, heads of work and teaching assistants have started their strike on the background of wage claims.

Since the return to class after Christmas holidays, schools live at the Ryhme D A new sanitary protocol that requires a multiplication of tests. Students are now subject to three tests in four days if there is a positive in the class: an antigenic or PCR on the day of the announcement of the COVID case, with attestation to be given to the school, then autototes to do at home at J + 2 and J + 4. A complicated device, while cases multiply resulting in the closure of thousands of classes, among the 527,000 in France.

According to SNUIPP-Fsu forecasts, the first union in primary school, 75% of first degree teachers could not cross the school portal on Thursday, half of which should be closed. The trade union organization evokes "a historical mobilization by its magnitude over the last twenty years". This "is not a strike against the virus but it illustrates the growing ras-bowl in the schools," says the union, with reference to the words of the Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer, who had talked about a "strike against the virus". The call for strike was launched by almost all trade unions. And for once, this movement has received support from parents' associations of parents and the union of heads of school. In France, the average daily contamination by COVID over the last seven days is 287,603 cases, against 198.200 a week ago.

Gatherings in Sudan: The magistrates denounce the violence of the police forces .
© - Marwan Ali manifestation in Khartoum, on January 2, 2022, against the military coup. in Sudan, while protesters had mobilized, Friday, January 21, in Khartoum, in front of the houses of the victims of the repression, about fifty magistrates signed a joint statement to condemn the action of the security forces and ask for that the perpetrators of the violence are judged.

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