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CITA Annual Report 2011 Final

CITA Annual Report 2011 Final

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CITA Annual Report 2011
CITA Annual Report 2011

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Published by: John C. Friend-Pereira on Aug 21, 2012
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CITA Annual Report 2011
Protecting and Promoting the Rights of Teachers in Cambodia
Letter from the PresidentAbout CITA
CITA Structure
CITA MembershipCITA TeamDonor ProjectsAdvocacyPublicationsIn the PressThe Year AheadFinancial Report
Letter from the President
In 2011, CITA continued to develop - we have increased our organisational andadvocacy capacity, produced a number of research and policy publications andcontinued to see growth in our membership numbers - CITA now represents over 11.5%of all teachers in Cambodia.In operational terms CITA was supported by projects funded by the Association ofTeachers and Lectures (ATL) in the UK. This project enabled CITA to maintain a corestaff team and national office and help the organisation became more professional andresponsive to its members and the challenges within the Cambodian Education Sector.CITA diversified its range of project donors and built relations with teachers unions inthe UK, America, Ireland and Korea and secure project funding from a number oforganisations including:
The May 18th Memorial Foundation
International Labour Organisation (ILO)
Korean Federation of Teachers Associations (KFTA)
Education International (EI)
American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO)CITA’s main work revolved around the development and launch of the Give Teachers AVoice Campaign. The Campaign was prepared during the summer and launched at theWorld Teachers’ Day Celebration in Phnom Penh. The campaign will run until 2013 andhas three thematic objectives:1. Reform teachers salaries, terms & conditions2. Promote teachers right to participation in education policy & development3. Promote teachers’ labour rights especially collective bargaining & freedom ofassociationsCITA was involved in conducting national and school based activities as part of thecampaigns for Global Action Week for Education and World Day Against Child Labour.Our involvement in these campaigns is crucial as the issues addressed impact directlyon right to education which is at heart of CITA work.

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