Without urgent action and a waiver on intellectual property rights (TRIPS Waiver), unequal access to COVID-19 vaccines is set to further entrench global inequality and prolong the pandemic for all of us. Read more
In July 2021, rioting in South Africa, particularly around Durban and Johannesburg, shows the desperation of millions of people as the climate and COVID crises cause unrest. Read more
This month we meet Tim Dymond who talks to us about why he thinks joining APHEDA is the most practical way for unionists to live their values with people around the world. Read more
In Cambodia, Union Aid Abroad - APHEDA is working in partnership with unions to advance women worker’s rights. Read more
Despite a new wave of COVID-19 spreading across Southeast Asia, progress is being made in APHEDA’s Eliminating Asbestos Diseases campaign in Cambodia. Read more
The SA Annual Terri Daktyl APHEDA Dinner once again raised more than $6,000 of much needed funds for APHEDA projects in Vietnam. Read more
In Palestine, women have long played a role in the agriculture sector. This video explores the hidden roles of women in agriculture in Palestine. Read more
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). Read more
The first asbestos awareness video in the Khmer language has been completed. It targets construction workers, a high exposure risk group in Cambodia. Read more

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