In Palestine, women have long played a role in the agriculture sector. This video explores the hidden roles of women in agriculture in Palestine.
Since the military seized power on 1 February 2021, the junta continues to arrest union leaders who are part of the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM).
The first asbestos awareness video in the Khmer language has been completed. It targets construction workers, a high exposure risk group in Cambodia.
A poll has shown that 62% of Australians believe the Australian government should support a temporary waiver on patent rules for COVID-19 vaccines.
After many years of campaigning, the global ban asbestos campaign has chalked up a significant win as the asbestos industry is forced to take a big hit in Asia.
In May, voters in Vietnam went to the polls. APHEDA has been supporting women candidates to increase the representation of women at all levels of government.
Throughout the month of June there was an outpouring of support for Union Aid Abroad APHEDA’s staff and partner organisations in Palestine, and communities across Australia dug deep to show their solidarity in a time of great need.
This month we meet Lori-Anne Sharp who talks about her passion for social justice and why, as unionists, we have a responsibility to build capacity and be good global citizens.
Despite serious setbacks in 2021, the Working Women's Centre of Timor Leste continue to campaign for and win rights for Domestic Workers.

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