Based on the Thai-Myanmar border, the DARE Network provides culturally appropriate treatment and prevention education to reduce substance abuse within refugee communities.
On Boxing Day 2004, Aceh was devastated by a tsunami. Indonesian unions were quick to respond. Since 2005 we have been supporting local training, networking and advocacy.
Under President Duterte, there’s been a surge in strikes and pickets in the Philippines with workers demanding an end to short-term contractualization.
Other OECD countries fund trade union development as part of their overseas aid budget. Why doesn’t Australia? Here are five things you should know about Australian funding for Trade Union Development
KMU represents more than 115,000 workers in the Philippines. KMU’s aim is to advance the commitment of workers and organisers to the trade union movement.
The School for Shan State Nationalities Youth (SSSNY) provides a social justice education program for young people to become active citizens participating in social and political change in Myanmar.