On International Domestic Workers’ Day, the Working Women’s Centre of Timor Leste launched a media campaign to promote the rights of domestic workers.
“When there is nobody else to support us, we know Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA will stand by us” – Ricar Pascoela, APHEDA People
“We are grateful to work with Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA because when there is nobody else to support us, we know APHEDA will stand by us.”
Mohammed is a farmer and father of two from Qabatiya, in the West Bank. As a participant in Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA’s project to strengthen the resilience of Palestinian farming communities, Mohammed is a building a secure livelihood for his family and parents.
Australia’s Pacific Labour Scheme must be more closely scrutinised. Because of a lack of regulation, the Pacific Labour Scheme allows exploitative treatment of migrant workers that meets the definition of modern slavery.
Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA has received a COVID-19 crisis update from Indonesia, where our partner organisations are mobilising to build the resilience of workers at risk of contracting the Coronavirus.
World Refugee Day 2020: A new report by Karen PeaceSupport Network (KPSN) draws attention to how the Burma Army has intentionally disrupted efforts to protect Karen refugees and communities against COVID19.