José Olivera is president of the Federación Nacional de Profesores de Enseñanza Secundaria (FENAPES) of Uruguay. He is an assistant professor attached to the Directorate of Secondary Education and general coordinator of the Coordinadora de Sindicatos de la Enseñanza del Uruguay (CSEU). He is also a member of the National Directorate of the Workers’ Center PIT CNT and coordinator of the National Commission for the Referendum aiming to repeal 135 articles of the Emergency Law (LUC).
Written by José Olivera
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 23 January 2023
Uruguay: The importance of a global campaign to defend public education
Latin America is the most unequal region in the world, with one of the highest rates of wealth concentration and the associated poverty and marginalisation affecting the majority of the region’s population. It also suffers from unequal income distribution, be it direct, through active or passive income, or indirect, through...Uruguay: The importance of a global campaign to defend public education
Fighting the commercialisation of education 29 April 2021
"Teachers lead organised struggle against the privatisation offensive in Uruguay", by José Olivera.
The first cases of COVID-19 were identified on our territory on March 13, 2020. This brought Uruguay into the global pandemic and led the executive branch to declare, by official decree, a "health emergency" in the country."Teachers lead organised struggle against the privatisation offensive in Uruguay", by José Olivera.