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Myanmar news: Unions in Myanmar have suspended their participation in tripartite dialogue with government and employer’s representatives over labour laws.read more
Climate change impacts all workers. Limiting global warming to 1.5°C will make a tangible difference. Here are five reasons why 1.5°C is trade union business!read more
In October 2018, Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA Timor Leste welcomed Sharon Claydon MP and Australian Ambassador Peter Roberts to meet our partner organisations.read more
The number of people living with a disability in Vietnam is staggering. Union Aid Abroad has been working with people with disabilities to attain greater equality in the workplace.read more
Zimbabwe and its trade unions are in crisis.
Take action on the International Day of Action for Zimbabwe on Friday 1 February 2019.
2018 saw the campaign to ban asbestos in Asia take significant steps forward. Read about the key achievements in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Indonesia and find out where the campaign is headed this year.read more
Myanmar news: Around 300 workers from 20 factories in the Mandalay Industrial Zone protested on 9 December 2018 decrying unfair dismissal of union leaders.read more
Myanmar news: Workers in from the Tharabar Gate Hotel have been on strike since 12 October 2018 after their employer terminated 12 workers in August.read more
On 8 October 2018, the world’s leading climate scientists issued a dire warning for immediate action to reduce carbon pollution to avoid catastrophic global warming.read more
Established in 1998, the Cambodian Prostitutes Union (CPU) has been fighting to stamp out HIV and to end the discrimination and stigma against sex workers in Cambodia.read more
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is about people working together to make things better for all.
This month we meet Naw K’Nyaw Paw from Karen Women’s Organisation (KWO).
In September 2018, a team of union leaders, activists and a federal Member of Parliament visited Vietnam and Indonesia to observe and support the campaign to ban asbestos.read more