Donate today to help APHEDA’s partner organisations in Myanmar and on the Thai-Myanmar border stay strong as they resist military oppression and build political power during the crisis.
The fight to ban asbestos worldwide is gaining new momentum as networks across Asia and the Pacific pledged recently to step up the battle to protect their populations from the deadly dangers of asbestos exposure at the Asia Ban Asbestos Network (ABAN) Conference 2021.
EuroCham Cambodia has pledged its support to ban the use of deadly asbestos across the country. The move comes as global pressure to curtail its use in the construction industry steps up a gear.
Jobs at APHEDA
Union Aid Abroad - APHEDA is looking for an Organiser: Digital Communications and Campaigns. Apply by 22 October 2021.
Jobs at APHEDA
Union Aid Abroad - APHEDA is looking for a Lead Organiser. Apply by 22 October 2021.
On September 28-30, ban asbestos and victim networks from across the Asia Pacific region came together online for the Asia Ban Asbestos Network’s (ABAN) three-day conference.
The 2021 Solidarity Raffle has finished, and we congratulate everyone who bought a ticket, especially those who were lucky in the draw.
On the Global Day of Action for Myanmar on September 15, unionists across the country tuned in to our webinar with the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) to learn more about the ongoing situation in Myanmar.
Following public pressure, Trade Minister Dan Tehan has finally announced Australia will put people over profits and support the TRIPS waiver at the WTO.
Asbestos fibre imports in Vietnam have fallen 50% in the last 2 years, partly due to our awareness program and partly to growing supply of alternative products.

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