The Working Women’s Centre Timor Leste is building the collective power of women in Timor Leste through a new community outreach program that shares knowledge of workplace rights with vulnerable women workers.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has revealed that they will stop allowing asbestos products to be used in their projects from 2020. This will have a major impact on the asbestos industry in Asia.
“Their cause is our cause, their fight is our fight”: Australian Unionists Rally in Solidarity With Workers in the Philippines
On Human Rights Day, union members across Australia rallied in solidarity with their brothers and sisters in the Philippines who have been targeted by the Duterte regime. In Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, and Perth, Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA activists joined with Australian unions to tell the Duterte government to #StoptheAttacks.
Our Campaign Coordinator Phillip Hazelton was interviewed on The World about the misinformation campaign that the asbestos lobby has launched in South East Asia. Watch the interview to see Phillip knock down the lies of the asbestos lobby!
Philippine union members need our solidarity. The Duterte regime needs to know that the world will not remain silent while trade union members continue to be persecuted. Here are five things you can do to stand with unionists in the Philippines.