27 FEB 2021: Australian energy giant, Woodside, has bowed to pressure and shown leadership when it announced it was withdrawing from its presence in Myanmar.
The situation facing refugees living in camps in Lebanon has always been a challenge. However, in the past 12 months PWHO has had to contend with COVID-19, the impact of the Beirut blast, and the deep Lebanese financial and political
WWCTL is getting well-deserved recognition by international bodies such as UN Women and the ILO for their lobbying of government and community to improve conditions, rights and social protections for working women in Timor Leste.
In February 2021, an asbestos workshop in Laos caught the attention of the local media as the Health Minister voiced support for the full phasing out of asbestos imports in Laos.
Life-long unionist and long-time APHEDA member, Lisa Chesters MP talks to us about how we can support workplace justice here and overseas (though APHEDA!).
On 11 February 2021, trade unionists from around the world joined the Global Noise Barrage in solidarity with the people of Myanmar. Here's how it went...
In January 2021, APHEDA’s Gaza Coordinator Hana Abu Nahla was interviewed on radio about women’s contribution to the agricultural sector in Gaza.
It was a busy month for the campaign in Vietnam with a capacity building training courses and workshops for doctors and policymakers.
By becoming an APHEDA activist, you’ll join hundreds of others who are organising across Australia to support global justice.

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