On 5 October 2020, Indonesia’s legislature passed a controversial law aimed at boosting manufacturing and shoring up foreign investment. Read update by Michelle Ford
COVID-19 is having a devastating impact on informal workers in Cambodia. The Independent Democracy of Informal Economy Association (IDEA) is advocating for recognition of the extreme hardship its members are experiencing.
Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA’s partner organisations in Nepal and the Philippines call on the Asian Development Bank to stop supporting fossil fuels and to fund publicly-owned renewable energy projects.
Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA is working with the Mae Tao Clinic to improve access and quality of health services for the large population displaced by war and poverty living on either side of the Thai-Burma border.
The 2020 Big Ride for Palestine Australia was epic! More than 8000km covered and $33,000 raised in solidarity with the Palestinian Women's Humanitarian Organisation.
In the West Bank, Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA is supporting farmers like Marwan Al-Theeb by rehabilitating agricultural roads to enable easier access to their land.
Update on the campaign to stop Multilateral Development Banks funding asbestos - part of a global push to make sure billions of aid dollars does not support the asbestos industry.
This month we spoke with Inpeng Meunviseth from the Lao Federation of Trade Unions (LFTU). Inpeng gives us a unique insight into asbestos organising and worker's rights in Laos.
On 31 August 2020, a workshop covering the latest information on the current situation of hazardous waste - including asbestos - took place in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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