Timorese working women have achieved better working conditions through the Working Women Centre Timor Leste (WWCTL) as many were living and working outside of any social protections as informal workers. WWCTL’s members have been inspired by this collective action to form a domestic workers union – to become the first of its kind in Timor-Leste.  Read more
When women workers unite, the forces for change become stronger. Let's join hands in our respective territories, working together in solidarity for a more just, equal, and discrimination-free society. Read more
Four in five Australians are in favour of a ceasefire in Gaza (81%), and a majority (53%) support the Australian Government taking more action to achieve that goal, new polling has found. Read more
With your generous donations, we have successfully raised over $600K for our partner organisation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, the MA’AN Development Center, which, despite the worsening humanitarian crisis, continues to deliver emergency relief aid to the Gaza Strip. Read more
A recent report released by Justice For Myanmar exposes 10 Australian-affiliated companies that have maintained operations in Myanmar even after the 2021 coup attempt. Their continued presence supports the junta through shared profits and tax contributions and provides essential services that keep the mining sector active. Read more
In the first agreement of its kind, 14 countries of the Asia Pacific region including major asbestos-user countries like India, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand, have agreed to work together to ‘prevent asbestos-related diseases and to promote transition from the use of asbestos to safer alternative products’.   Read more
The MAP radio is a unique project, broadcasting content tailored for and by migrants and refugees in their respective languages along the Thai-Myanmar Border. Responding to the challenging context, the radio focuses on engaging with the community, addressing migration systems, migrant rights, and providing updated information on the situation in Myanmar. Read more
Since 2017, Union Aid Abroad APHEDA has been conducting a project to improve the status of women in Vietnam and strengthen women’s rights to equality through increasing the representation of women in politics. This project has been implemented in three provinces of Haiduong, Phuyen and Bac Kan.  Read more

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