Union Aid Abroad–APHEDA’s Quality Impact and Monitoring Officer, Jeremy Smith, is based in Ramala. This month he shares some of the work APHEDA is involved in helping the Palestinian children in Gaza access education.
This month Deputy EO and International Programs Manager, Ken Davis, shares five movement building moments from Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA’s history. We can be very proud of the part we play in supporting unions and allied movements to bring about substantial change.
This month we introduce you to Shan teacher and human rights activist, Charm Tong. At age six, Charm Tong was forced to leave her beloved Shan State (Burma) to escape conflict. She settled in a refugee camp on the Thai-Burma border with her family.
APHEDA Executive Officer Kate Lee reflects on the incredible #LetThemStay mobilisation in support of the doctors and hospital staff in Brisbane who refused to discharge Baby Asha back to detention – and outlines five reasons why supporting refugees is union business.