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In November 2017, the dictator Mugabe was deposed in a coup, but the newly elected government has plunged the working people of Zimbabwe into a deep social and economic crisis.read more
For nearly 30 years, the Mae Tao Clinic has been removing barriers to healthcare for displaced people and migrant workers on the Thai-Myanmar border.read more
Samoa First Union (SFU) has been educating workers and the commmunity in their campaign to lift the minimum wage in Samoa.read more
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is about people working together to make things better for all.
This month we meet longtime APHEDA supporter, Kym Ralley.
In September 2018 former refugee, Pricilia Fonseca, returned to Australia as part of the Balibo Five – Roger East Fellowship to take on an internship at Channel 7.read more
For decades, the Karen Women’s Organisation (KWO) have been leading the struggle for peace, democracy and equality in Karen State, Myanmar.read more
Globally, organisations aiding Palestinians are coming under attack and funds are being cut. It is crucial that Australia continues to support humanitarian relief and development for Palestinians.read more
Based on the Thai-Myanmar border, the DARE Network provides culturally appropriate treatment and prevention education to reduce substance abuse within refugee communities.read more
In June 2018, Myanmar Industries Craft & Services Trade Unions Federation (MICS) organised a forum calling for the establishment of Labour Courts in Myanmar.read more
Union Aid Abroad is a founding member of Cooperative Power, a newly formed Australian Union cooperative electricity retailer.read more
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.read more
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is about people working together to make things better for all. This month we meet Dan Spencer from ASU SA NT Branch.read more