Thousands of lecturers and non-teaching team of workers are demonstrating nowadays in Lisbon in a protest organised via the Union of All Professionals of Education (STOP) to call for higher operating prerequisites and wages, and in opposition to minimal services and products in faculties.
This is the 3rd march promoted via STOP since December, which has demanded measures comparable to a wage building up of €120 for all training execs to incorporate lecturers and non-teaching team of workers.
The march this Saturday is in keeping with the verdict of Portugal’s Arbitration Court, which on Friday decreed minimal services and products for faculties following the unpredictability of the moves decreed via STOP.
The minimal services and products quilt lecturers, non-teaching team of workers and senior technicians, aiming to ensure enhance for sure teams of scholars.
The protests and moves were held in keeping with the Ministry of Education’s proposal for a brand new fashion for recruitment and site of lecturers.
STOP claimed 20,000 demonstrators attended its first march in December, and reported 100,000 took section in a 2d march on 14 January.
In addition to Saturday’s protest, a follow-up demonstration is deliberate for 11 February.