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.
The Working Women’s Centre Timor Leste renewed the campaign for equal legal and social protections for domestic workers in Timor Leste.
WWCTL received the Prime Ministers’ Award in the category of strong advocacy on behalf of its members.
In Timor Leste, informal workers and their communities are taking action to build their resilience and preparedness in the face of the global Coronavirus pandemic.
This year the Working Women’s Centre took to the streets with hundreds of Timorese Domestic Workers to celebrate International Domestic Workers Day and restate their demands to the Timorese government for dignity and rights at work.