Kate was a staunch trade unionist, educator, internationalist and feminist. She worked as a volunteer with APHEDA in Cambodia.
Recent acts of extreme violence have shocked the international community and raised new concerns on the lack of international community action against the junta.
Phil O’Donoghue is the Media Officer at UnionsWA and has been an APHEDA member for six years. In this interview, he tells us why building internationalism is important.
A project in the first half of this year helped 50 women build up their home-based businesses in Palestine.
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA and CTUHR are working together to educate and build the power of Filipino workers to understand the impacts of the climate crisis, and support workers to mobilise for collective climate justice campaigns.
In areas surrounding asbestos factories, broken asbestos roof sheets are being dumped in open paddock where farming communities plant rice and grow home gardens.