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Chapters: Fiji Teachers Union, Sugar Cane Growers Council, Fiji Trades Union Congress, Fiji Islands Council of Trade Unions,. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 19. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Fiji Teachers Union (FTU) is a union representing elementary and secondary education teachers in Fiji. It is a member of the Fiji Trades Union Congress, and Education International. The FTU was formed as a multi-racial organization. However, in 1960 the Fijian Teachers Association (FTA) was founded. The FTA limited its membership to indigenous Fijians. Most indigenous Fijian educators left the FTU, so that the FTU's membership is now overwhelmingly Indian. In 2004, the Fiji Teachers Union counted about 4,200 members (including over 700 indigenous Fijians). The Fiji Teachers' Association had about 3,500 members. By 1924 there were asignificant number of local and overseas trained in Fiji, who saw the need for an organised group of teachers to discuss their professional and administrative matters. Under the leadership of Sewak Masih (of Toorak Boys' School), the Methodist Teachers' Association was formed and had members from Suva and Rewa. It adopted a motto: "To serve the Community is to serve God". This association of teachers kept meeting in Suva until 1927 when Sewak Masih was transferred to Levuka and this gave him an opportunity to invite all the teachers from Suva, Ba, Lautoka and Nadi to attend a conference in Levuka. A teacher by the name of Dukhharan travelled with his group from the Western Districts to attend this meeting. Among other matters a plan for a united organization of teachers was discussed. Another conference of the Methodist Teachers' Association was held at Methodist Boys' School in Toorak in 1928 where the following office bearers were elected: President: Sewak Ma...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=12869407
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