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On the twentieth anniversary of Timor Leste’s independence, Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA attended the official celebrations, where the Australian union movement was recognised for the important role it played during the independence campaign.
In the Shan State of Myanmar, the next generation of activists are training to fight for social justice and human rights in the School for Shan State Nationalities Youth.
The Samoa First Union is calling for a major pay rise to fight poverty in Samoa, where the minimum wage can buy you bread, but no butter.
Tecber Ahmed Saleh’s call for solidarity between the Saharawi and Australian people attracted unionists, internationalists, and activists from around Australia.
For the first time, Cambodian customs officers can identify asbestos-containing materials, helping keep workers and consumers safe, and helping unions better advocate for safe workplaces.
Joining Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA was a no-brainer for Clare: “I’m an internationalist,” she explains.
On her Australian advocacy tour, Naw K’nyaw Paw called on her audiences to stand with those refugee women in their fight for a dignified life, a just community, and a peaceful future.
Around the world, students and workers have united in the largest protest for climate action in history. Our partner unions joined them to demand a just transition into a sustainable future.
Cooperative Power aims to provide not-for-profit electricity to working Australians. By investing the benefits into worker and community ownership of renewable energy, we can achieve a safe climate for all.