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.
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA ran a successful fundraising appeal over May and June to support its project for working women in Cambodia. Thanks to the generous donations of our supporters, we raised $74,400
Your support before midnight on June 30 will help us reach our goal of $80,000. Please donate to this important campaign here.
Yesterday, Cambodian union leader Chhim Sithar was sentenced to two years in prison. The Australian Council of Trade Unions, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch called for her release in a statement.
The Cambodian Prostitute’s Union was set up by sex workers to help promote and protect their rights as workers, provide information about preventing HIV/AIDS, and help their members access social, health and legal services.