The Asian Network for the Rights of Occupational and Environmental Victims (ANROEV)
The Asian Network for the Rights of Occupational and Environmental Victims (ANROEV) is a coalition of victims’ groups, trade unions and other labour groups across Asia, all committed for overall improvement of health and safety at the workplace. ANROEV was formally constituted in 1997 and now has members from 14 Asian Countries and Territories. In addition to the members in Asia, the ANROEV network is now the part of a process to build a global grassroots OSH network linking up grassroots OSH groups/networks in North America, Europe, South Africa and Central/South America. The relevance of the ANROEV network is that our network is a grassroots network which is aimed at strengthening the victims and the people being impacted so that they are organized and it also serves as a deterrent to ensure that the harmful and hazardous substances are not used at the workplace.