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In August 2018, around 40 activists and cyclists gathered to cycle from Brisbane to Byron Bay on the Big Ride for Palestine Australia.read more
Last week the Government released their response to the interim report on protecting Australians from the threat of asbestos. Here’s our summary of the good and the bad.read more
Celebrate global solidarity with Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA members at this year’s Annual Dinner!
5 September 2018 with Guest Speaker Dr Olfat Mahmoud. Book today!
Public Statement regarding the Daily Telegraph article published 28 June 2018.
Clarification and response.read more
From July to September, Olfat Mahmoud, founder and director of long-time APHEDA partner organisation the Palestinian Women’s Humanitarian Organisation (PHWO) will be in Australia launching her new book, Tears for Tarshiha.read more
Under President Duterte, there’s been a surge in strikes and pickets in the Philippines with workers demanding an end to short-term contractualization.read more
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 Developmentread more
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.read more
Change the Rules for Global Justice! There was an overwhelming show of support for Global Solidarity at this year’s ACTU Congress in Brisbane.
Here’s our Wrap Up of Congress 2018.
August 9 is International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. We take a look at why they are amongst the most disadvantaged peoples in the world and the work our partner organisations are doing to support them in their struggles.read more
In asbestos campaign news this month: sign our petition to end illegal asbestos imports, join the solidarity tour to Indonesia and Vietnam and hear about some key updates in Laos and Cambodia.read more
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.read more