Since 2001 the FSFE has been enhancing users' rights by abolishing barriers for software freedom. For 20 years we have been helping individuals and organisations to understand how Free Software contributes to freedom, transparency, and self-determination.

For the next two decades we need your help. We want everyone to be able to control their technology. Free Software and its freedoms to use, study, share, and improve are the key to that goal.

Kujdes: Kjo faqe s’është përkthyer ende. Ajo që po shihni më poshtë, është faqja në versionin origjinal. Ju lutemi, përdorni këtë faqe që të shihni se si mund të ndihmoni te përkthimet dhe anë të tjera.

Education related content on

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Current campaigns:

  • NLedu
  • Edu-Team

  • Edu-Team page with Mission Statement
  • Why give precedence to Free Software at school?
  • UNESCO Director General, M. Koïchiro Matsuura's and UNESCO#s Free Software portal
  • Our associated organization: OFSET
  • Press releas to LSM 2002
  • On July 9 2013 the prioritisation of Free Software was voted by the French parliament for the first time
  • Education paragraph in FSFE's submission to European Commission's Green Paper "Horizon 2020"
  • OLinux interview with Georg Greve on FSF’s purpose for education
  • WSIS Benchmarks
  • Transcript of Richard Stallman’s speech in Zagreb with education part [Section: Free Software and schools]
  • NLedu and edu-team in 2011’s donation letter
  • Georg Greve mentioning the importance of FS in education in the national parliament of Uruguay in Montevideo
  • News & events


  • Open Letter to Prime Minister Erdoğan
  • 2012

  • Manchester Fellowship-Meeting: subject UK submission of the edu-team
  • Talk Richard M. Stallman in Marly-le-Roi, France: "Free Software and education"
  • BBC interview with Sam Tuke: Is teaching programming political?
  • UK curriculum submission announcement
  • Fellowship interview Bernd Wurst on Freedroidz and education
  • 45 organisations join in legal complaint to Ministry of Education
  • 2011

  • FSCONS, Sweden: Talk by Guido Arnold “Catching them early – Free Software in Education”
  • UK open letter to The Guardian regading open standards in education
  • Fellowship interview Guido Arnold, deputy edu-team coordinator
  • Fellowship interview: Richard Shipman, Teaching Fellow, talks about the importance of promoting Free Software alongside alternatives at school level
  • FSFE newsletter: Robots, Football, and Education
  • 2010

  • Fellowship meeting Stuttgard with edu-team as subject
  • Talk by PB: "Freedom of education in the digital age? Free Software!"
  • Same talk, different event
  • Talk in Tampere: "Free Software in schools - the views of headmasters"
  • Linuxwochen (Austria) with focus on Free Software in education
  • BLIT: FSFE presentrf a booth with information and materials about Free Software in higher education
  • XMPP meeting about the edu-team
  • 2009

  • Talk by Peter Bubestinger: "Freedom of education through Free Software"
  • Same talk at
  • Free Software day in Krems, Austria
  • XMPP meeting on Free Software in education
  • Fellowship interview with Colin Turner, scientist and teacher
  • Fellowship interview with Smári McCarthy on er-to-peer education
  • AYC in Germany with education question
  • 2008

  • Talk by Georg Greve on SELF at FKFT
  • Fellowship meeting with the subject: "How can we collaborate with the different organizations around Free Software and Education?"
  • 2007

  • SELF kick-off India
  • Free Software in Science - India
  • SELF Sofia
  • FSFE at Free Software information event in Austrian school
  • 2006

  • Talk by Federico Heinz in Dublin, Ireland: "Free Software and Education”
  • SELF kick-off event in NL
  • 2005

  • Free Software Workshop, Damascus, Syria
  • - Formal education on Free Software on a university level


  • FSFE, Associazione Software Libero and PLIO sign an open letter to Italian Minister for Education
  • The TUX&GNU@school column

  • TGS landing page
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