3 months after the coup, the Myanmar junta has shown no sign of ending the violence against the Myanmar people. Trade unions are on the frontline.
Since the military coup in Myanmar on 1 February 2021, pro-democracy forces have come together and a National Unity Government has been announced.
In April 2021, a public inquiry was held to examine recent developments in Myanmar and to hear from concerned sectors of Australian society, including APHEDA.
Meet Andrew Dettmer! Andrew reflects upon 36 years of being an APHEDA member and how APHEDA has always been about solidarity.
Through the Stars of Hope Society, APHEDA is supporting the creation of new opportunities for women with disabilities in the West Bank.
In May 2021, women candidates from Bac Kan, Phu Yen and Hai Duong provinces will run for election to the National Assembly and local legislative bodies at the provincial, district and commune levels.
Local Initiative for Occupational Safety and Health Network (LION) Indonesia is keeping up the fight to ban asbestos while responding to COVID-19.
Global Asbestos Awareness Week 2021: in Australia alone, we still experience an estimated 4000 deaths per year from asbestos related disease.
Joint Media Release: Australian Civil Society Groups Call For Government to Take Urgent Action on Myanmar

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