Appel à une grève internationale pour l'éducation


Pour info ci-dessous l'appel à une grève internationale pour l'éducation le 18 octobre et les 14-21 novembre

les traductions (pour le moment espagnol et mandarin) sont en cours sur ce pad :  https://pad.riseup.net/p/strike_call2action 
il en faudrait une pour le français notamment, si quelqu'un peut le faire...

CALL to ACTION for the GLOBAL EDUCATION STRIKE (Oct.18 + Nov.14-21)
final  Draft - agreed on during the chat meeting on July 28th:
Global Education Strike
Oct.18 + Nov.14-21 2012
We are calling for a Global Education Strike. It is the first time that an  Education strike is being coordinated worldwide. We will UNITE in  solidarity, because no matter where we live, we face the same struggle  against national state and profit driven interests, and their hold on education. Increasing tuition fees, budget cuts, outsourcing, school  closures, as well as other phenomena are linked to an increasing commercialization and privatization of education. Only by uniting all  together will we be able to overcome these and enable free emancipatory education for all.
We are all struggling against cuts in education. Most of us are drowning  in student debt. The increasing pressure to perform just makes us sick and the restrictions on education and ever-increasing tuition fees, among other barriers, makes us angry! 
Everyone must have access to education no matter their monetary or social status.
We have had enough of the pressure to measure everything - even the unmeasurable! We are sick and tired of competitiveness being the only criteria dictating everything!  It is about time that we do something about this together – UNITED!
We are all people affected by the increasing commodification and  commercialisation of education.This is vividly portrayed by the symptoms  affecting us, such as schools and universities being de-democratized / and the further implementation of more hierarchical structures. The  education market and competition between institutions is being facilitated by governments around the world, which are increasingly privatising education, health care, and all other social needs.
In June 2012 alone, we recorded 45 protests in more than 40 cities [http://ism-global.net/protests_worldwide_june2012]  in connection with the struggle for free emancipatory education.  Governments have chronically underfunded the institutions, often using  the current economic crisis as a pretext. They promote "solutions" such  as: rankings encouraging competition; closing schools that  'underperform'; increasing student enrollment without increasing  faculty, staff, and student resources; outsourcing everything that can be outsourced; promoting elite institutions. All these 'solutions' are  steps towards an increasing commodification and privatization of education, which also has negative impacts on the conditions for teaching and learning.
The education market and national states require that profits take priority over developing the capabilities for emancipatory thinking. Both need obeying 'citizens', consumers and cheap labour, not emancipated individuals living self-determined lives.
We are being mechanized to function as cogs in the capitalist machine. We are programmed to compete with our fellows on every level. Our creativity, our energy and our free spirits are actively being crushed by the educational institution.
The education system within capitalism consists mainly of training  factories which are supposed to produce human capital for the exploitation on the labour market as well as knowledge to be  commodified. To point out these links and interrupt this mode of production we herewith call for the closing down of educational  institutions worldwide during the Global Education Strike.
Fight back! Join in the GLOBAL EDUCATION STRIKE.
All justice begins with knowledge. Stand with us as one this October and  November, and the whole world will hear our call to Reclaim Education.


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