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PWHO supports Palestinian and Syrian refugee women living in refugee camps in Lebanon. Currently they are working to stop the spread of COVID19 and dealing with the impact of the explosion in Beirut.
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In the immediate aftermath of the Beirut explosion, we have an update from our partner organisation - Palestinian Women's Humanitarian Organisation (PWHO).
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As we’ve seen in Australia, it’s never been more important for us to stand together to fight for the health and safety of communities here and overseas.
MICS campaigning workers rights during pandemic
The manufacturing sector in Myanmar has been hit hard by COVID-19. APHEDA’s partner organisations in Myanmar are working hard to adapt their strategies for organising during the crisis.
Thanks to the solidarity of hundreds of unionists around Australia, together we have raised more than $100,000 for COVID-19 resilience projects!
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We are pleased to inform our members and supporters that APHEDA recently passed the Accreditation process for Australian international development organisations.
In this special webinar event, hear updates from three key leaders in the global campaign to ban asbestos - Pooja Gupta from the India Ban Asbestos Network (IBAN), Mochamad Darisam from the Indonesia Ban Asbestos Network, and Liam O'Brien from
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Entertainment workers in Cambodia are out of work and struggling to survive since the Government closed entertainment venues in March this year. Left out of the governments COVID-19 financial assistance scheme, entertainment workers are mobilising to demand wage relief.
Thanks to your solidarity, our partner union in Laos is bolstering its ability to organise workers to fight against exploitation in Laos.

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