Expats in Political Hot Spots

Any place in the world can turn into a political Hot Spot overnight. To facilitate sharing information on various Hot Spots around the world, ISR created a Blog category titled  Expats in Political Hot Spots. Currently, you’ll find Blogs covering Libya, Bahrain, Pakistan, Tunisia, Mexico and Egypt. We invite teachers and expats in these locations to take advantage of this new Blog venue. Scroll down to find Blogs covering Bahrain, Mexico, Tunisia, Pakistan, and Egypt open for your questions and comments.

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Libya: Current Teacher Status / Job Seeker Advice

The crackdown in  Libya is the most brutal repression of the anti-government protests that began with uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt.  One  day after commandos and foreign mercenaries loyal to Moammar Gadhafi attacked demonstrators with assault rifles, these forces fired machine-guns at mourners participating in a funeral march for anti-government protesters in the city of Benghazi. Libya hosts International Schools that employ teachers from around the world. If you have information to share about our colleagues in Libya, please post it here.

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Egypt: Current Teacher Status / Job Seeker Advice

Hundreds of our colleagues work in more than 25 international and American schools throughout Egypt.  If you were in Egypt during the protests, here’s a place to share your experience with colleagues. Additionally, are schools endangering their foreign hire staff by asking them to return to Egypt?  How does the future look for recently hired teachers who will be arriving for the 2011/2012 academic year?

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