The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has been continuing to campaign for worker's rights and democracy despite a worsening crisis - political and economic.
In Cambodia, union organisers are refreshing their strategies and tactics to educate workers about the dangers of asbestos. Using distance learning, union educator Kathleen Galvin is volunteering her time, skills and expertise to work with the APHEDA Cambodia team to
In October 2020, APHEDA’s partner organisation, the Building Wood Workers Trade Union Federation (BWTUC), took the lead on Cambodia’s first Tripartite Consultation on Responding to Asbestos Hazards in the Construction Sector.
Trade union leader, activist, internationalist and passionate APHEDA member, Debbie Gunn, talks to us about why being APHEDA means taking our union values, rights and solidarity and spreading the love across the globe. Meet Debbie!
On 19 October 2020, Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA was honoured to feature five fantastic women on its International Sisterhood panel for the Victorian Trade Hall Council’s Anna Stewart Memorial Project workshop.
The 2020 APHEDA Raffle was the longest we've ever held! Make sure to join us to watch the draw live.
In September 2020, Working Women’s Centre Timor Leste (WWCTL) collaborated with a regionally based Disability Support Organisation to deliver COVID-19 Prevention Training to 80 community members with disabilities in the district of Maliana.
On 5 October 2020, Indonesia’s legislature passed a controversial law aimed at boosting manufacturing and shoring up foreign investment. Read update by Michelle Ford
COVID-19 is having a devastating impact on informal workers in Cambodia. The Independent Democracy of Informal Economy Association (IDEA) is advocating for recognition of the extreme hardship its members are experiencing.

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