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Crackdown on Students in PNG
University students in Papua New Guinea, who organised widespread protests calling on Prime Minister O’Neill to stand aside and face corruption charges, have again become the target of a ruthless crackdown – this time by their university.
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA People: Meet Nur
This month we introduce you to Nur Hayati. Nur Hayati is a labour activist and factory worker from Serang District on the outskirts of Jakarta.
Take action: Timorese security workers dismissed without their entitlements
Last month, over 100 security workers were dismissed from Gardarmour Security, a company owned by East Timor’s top businessman, Eduardo Belo. Please sign and share the petition amongst your networks.
MEDIA RELEASE: Pacific unions concerned at lack of worker representation at Pacific Labour meeting
South Pacific Council of Trade Unions (SPOCTU) concerned that the inaugural Pacific labour meeting will not include union representation.
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA People: Meet Serena
This month we introduce you to Serena O’Meley. Serena is a long-standing community and union activist, and works as an Industrial Organiser for the National Tertiary Education Union.
Improving food security at the Front lines of Climate Change
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA’s Pacific Organiser, Katie Hepworth, gives an overview of APHEDA’s involvement in a project to help support communities in the Solomon Islands adapt to climate change.
How a small school bus helps children in Gaza access education
Union Aid Abroad–APHEDA’s Quality Impact and Monitoring Officer, Jeremy Smith, is based in Ramala. This month he shares some of the work APHEDA is involved in helping the Palestinian children in Gaza access education.
Five things… to be proud of
This month Deputy EO and International Programs Manager, Ken Davis, shares five movement building moments from Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA’s history. We can be very proud of the part we play in supporting unions and allied movements to bring about substantial