Teachers Strike: Teachers and pro-labour activists scale up protests Peluola Adewale, Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM, CWI Nigeria), Lagos Alogba, NUT chair, flanked by Segun Sango, DSM General Secretary, Denja, NLC, and Aremu, UAD, addressing the rally, photo DSM For the second time in two weeks, teachers, members of civil society organisations and labour activists took to streets in Lagos on
LASCO Leads Teachers to Streets About 2,000 protesters including mostly teachers, some labour leaders and members of civil society groups took to street on Thursday July 10 to drive home the demand for implementation of Teachers Salary Structure (TSS), an improved pay package for teachers. Education Rights Campaign banner on the 10 July protest The rally/protest march was organised by
Teachers Strike Victory for Teachers is Victory for all Workers and Poor Masses Workers, Youths and Poor Masses Should Join all Solidarity Actions Labour Must Break Strategic Partnership with Government and Build a Working Peoples Political Alternative The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) fully supports the Solidarity Action by Labour and Civil Society Coalition (LASCO) with striking teachers slated for Thursday
Teachers Strike, DSM leaflet GOVERNMENT’S REACTION TO ONGOING TEACHERS’ STRIKE IS INSENSITVE, ANTI-UNION AND TOTALLY IRRESPONSIBLE The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) totally condemns the government’s latest reaction to the ongoing Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) strike for improved wages for teachers in secondary and primary schools. For us, the government’s overall reactions so far are utterly insensitive, diversionary and dangerous.
TEACHERS’ STRIKE Both Federal and State Governments Must Immediately Implement TSS NLC, TUC, LASCO Must Organise Solidarity Day of Mass Action in Support of NUT and also for a Living Wage for All Categories Of Workers The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) fully supports on the on-going strike embarked upon by the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) and calls for the