Rajendra Pevekar - victim of asbestos-related disease
Rajendra is a victim of the global asbestos industry. He's taking the voice of victims of asbestos-related diseases to the Rotterdam Convention meeting.
APHEDA People - Ian Tuit
This month we introduce you to Ian.
International Women’s Day is fast approaching, which means that here at Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA, we’re thinking and talking a lot about gender equality.
In November 2016, the Karen Women’s Organisation released their first ‘Situation Update’, an in-depth report on recent events and the effect on women, refugees and communities living on the Thai-Myanmar border, inside Karen State and also in greater Myanmar.
This month we spoke with Carolina Leiva from south-west Sydney. Carolina is a nurse and an organiser for the NSW Nurses & Midwives Association who has a very personal commitment to anti-asbestos advocacy.
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Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA, trade unions and ban asbestos networks globally are organising together to make 2017 the year to finally shake up the global asbestos trade.
Kim Sok supporters stage a rally against a defamation case filed by PM Hun Sen after the political commentator blamed the government for the murder of political analyst, Kem Ley, last year. Photo: AP
Democratic space in Cambodia has shrunk further with the passing of controversial changes to Cambodia’s Law on Political Parties on 15 February. The Cambodian National Assembly has approved legislation prohibiting those convicted of crimes from leading political parties, and allows

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