APWLD are calling women from the Asia Pacific region to apply for an internship with the Labour and Migration Programmes.
Glorene A. Das, executive director of the Malaysian migrants rights organisation Tenaganita, and APWLD’s Migration Organising Committee member, wrote this
Statement: Women’s Groups Oppose World Bank Proposals to Weaken Labour Rights, Protections and Corporate Accountability
9 October 2018 Chiang Mai, Thailand/Bali, Indonesia We, feminist organisations and allies, express opposition and concerns over World Bank’s recent
The gender dimension of contemporary forms of slavery, its causes and consequences: challenges, opportunities and strategies to eradicate the phenomena
***APPLICATIONS CLOSED*** -------- CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Labour Rights Feminist Participatory Action Research for Change! Amplifying Voices, Strengthening Movements
DEADLINE EXTENDED APPLY BY 2ND JUNE 2017 4th ‘Women Leading, Women Organising’ Training Trade unions training for migrant workers Manila,