Labour updates of workers struggles in the Asia Pacific region.
Interview with Dr. Sepali Kottegoda who is the Executive Director for the Women and Media Collective and a Founding Coordinator of the Sri Lanka Women’s NGO Forum. Dr. Sepali spoke about the reasons for the visit of their recent delegation to Australia, and the situation for women workers in Sri Lanka.
Apologies as the first two APC programs for 2017 are not available as podcasts.
Asia Pacific Currents is a program of Australia Asia Worker Links.
APC is produced in the Melbourne studios of 3CR Radio.
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