The Education and Solidarity Network was created in 2009 by MGEN (the France leading healthcare mutual society in the public sector for education, research and culture) in partnership with Education International (the world federation of Education Unions) and the International Association of Mutual Benefit Societies (AIM) with the support of the International Labour Office (ILO) .

The Network aims to build bridges between education actors and health and social protection actors, in order to work for the well-being of the education community worldwide.

Today, the Education and Solidarity Network brings together 40 member organizations from the sectors of education and health in the 5 continents.

Coming from the civil society and social economy, our member organisations share the values of non-profit status, democracy and solidarity. Examples: unions, mutual societies, associations, cooperatives, universities ...