Who We Are
Programme Manager – Mindanao Young Leaders Programme
Programme Manager – Indonesia Young Leaders Programme
Programme Manager – Myanmar Young Leaders Programme
Digital Operations and Communications
Programme Coordinator – Mindanao Young Leaders Programme
Programme Coordinator – Indonesia Young Leaders Programme
Board of trustees
Chair – Board of Trustees
Dr Pat Webster
UnionAID partners with grassroots organisations like unions and cooperatives so that working people can make democratic decisions for themselves and their communities. The projects we fund are driven by community for community.
Free Trade Zones and General Service Employees Union
Free Trade Zones and General Services Employees Union (FTZ & GSEU) Sri Lanka The Free Trade Zones and General Service Employees Union (FTZ & GSEU) represents worker in Sri Lanka’s
Tamil Nadu Labour Union
Tamil Nadu Labour Union (TNLU) Tamil Nadu – India The Tamil Nadu Labour Union (TNLU) in southern India is UnionAID’s longest running partnership. The TNLU team, led by Manohari Doss,
National Garment Workers Federation
National Garment Workers Federation (NGWF) Bangladesh The National Garment Workers Federation is the oldest and largest trade union group in Bangladesh, representing over 90,000 garment workers. Over 4.5 million people
Rangsit and Area Labour Union Group
Rangsit and Area Labour Union (RLUG) Thailand The Rangsit and Area Labour Union Group (RLUG) was established over 40 years ago and is a collective of enterprise level trade unions
BPO Industry Employees Network
BPO Industry Employees Network (BIEN) The Philippines Over 1.8 million people in the Philippines are employed in the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry, providing call centre and digital services to
UnionAID is a registered NZ charity, is an accredited NZ Aid Programme partner and signatory of the Council for International Development code of conduct.
We strive for best practice in all our work and are open and transparent without partners and supporters. You can view our reports and policies here.
UnionAID is a member of the Council for International Development (CID) and is a signatory to the CID Code of Conduct (‘the CID Code’). The CID Code Compliant ‘tick’ signifies that we have met the standards and expectations of corporate governance, transparency, accountability, and good practice, as outlined in the CID Code.
Complaints relating to alleged breaches of the CID Code by any signatory agency can be made to the independent CID Code of Conduct Committee. More information about the CID Code can be obtained from UnionAID and from CID at: www.cid.org.nz. Email: email@example.com