Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA People
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is about people – people working together to make things better for all. As the global justice organisation of the Australian union movement, each and every APHEDA supporter, member, partner, activist and participant here in Australia and all around the world contributes to the work it takes to tackle inequality and injustice.
This month we introduce you to Nur Hayati. Nur Hayati is a labour activist and factory worker from Serang District on the outskirts of Jakarta.read more
This month we introduce you to Serena O’Meley. Serena is a long-standing community and union activist, and works as an Industrial Organiser for the National Tertiary Education Union.read more
This month we introduce you to Ramona Mitussis. Ramona is a TAFE organiser for the State School Teachers Union of WA, and is highly active in Union Aid Abroad Perth. Earlier in her career Ramona was also one of the very first …read more
This month we introduce you to Katrina Byrne. Katrina is an organiser with the Community and Public Sector, working with members in public service agencies like the Department of Immigration & Border Protection.read more
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.read more
Pat is an organiser with the ASU NSW/ACT and an APHEDA activist. What does it mean to be union to you? PB: It means we do better when we stick together – simple yeah? What does it mean to be APHEDA to you? PB: Global capitalism means global injustice.read more