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The 2019 Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA Raffle was a great success! Thank you to all of our supporters who bought and sold tickets. The winners were drawn on Thursday 6 June by Unions NSW Secretary, Mark Morey.read more
May Day 2019: APHEDA’s partner organisations took part in colourful May Day celebrations against a backdrop of banners, flags, drums, singing and chanting.read more
In May, our Australia-based Ban Asbestos Campaign Coordinator attended the Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting in Fiji to raise the issue of financing of asbestos.read more
Action Labor Rights (ALR) has successfully been working towards strengthening unions and organising workers in Myanmar’s garment and textile industries.read more
MAP Radio is a voice for Burmese migrant workers in Thailand providing information on labour rights in their mother tongue via community radio stations.read more
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is about people working together to make things better for all.
This month we meet Ou Tepphallin from CSFWF union, Cambodia.
Rotterdam Convention 2019 wrap up: a successful challenge to consensus doesn’t stop continued frustrations over the listing of chrysotile asbestos.read more
Asian delegation slams the failure for the 7th time to list chrysotile asbestos onto the Rotterdam Convention due to unethical veto of asbestos producer countries and their allies.read more
Subono’s story: Subono, a victim of chrysotile asbestos, speaks out on behalf of victims of asbestos related disease at the Rotterdam Convention (CoP9) meeting in Geneva.read more
Rotterdam Convention: A 12-year veto of asbestos producer countries to the listing of chrysotile asbestos costs lives and makes a mockery of scientific evidence and the principles of the Conventionread more
Through the Labour Consultative Forum, the Myanmar Industry Craft Services –Trade Unions Federation aims to improve the Dispute Settlement Mechanism in Myanmar.read more
May Day 2019 in Dili was the biggest, loudest and best May Day ever with the largest number of workers in decades taking to the streets.read more