Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA took 12 members to Timor Leste for a week in August to visit its projects and meet with union leaders, women and farmers who are organising for change. Read more
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced the date for the referendum on the Voice to Parliament. Here are three reasons why Union Aid Abroad is standing with First Nations people in calling for a YES vote. Read more
The Myanmar Campaign Network is urging the Australian Government to impose a second round of sanctions on state-owned enterprises and banks that fund the junta's atrocities, as well as travel bans on senior military officials to ensure that those responsible for human rights violations are held accountable. Read more
The Cambodian government has released details about how a proposed asbestos ban will come into effect, including details for action, a timeline for a ban and management of related issues. Read more
Conference congratulates the Albanese Government, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and the Minister for International Development and the Pacific on the launch of Australia’s new International Development Policy. Read more
Leslie Marsden is a Member Services Support Officer and Sharny Chalmers is an Industrial Officer at the Public Service Association of NSW. They are also long-term members of Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA. Read more
The Karen Women Organization recently held their congress to review their work, make plans for the future and elect new leaders. Below is a report about the congress by its organisers. Read more
It is with deep sadness that Union Aid Abroad acknowledges the death of Betty Hounslow in Sydney on July 27. Read more
Join us on Tuesday, September 12 at Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club for a memorable night of entertainment and international solidarity. Read more

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