Resources

What She Makes: Power and Poverty in the Fashion Industry

Twenty-year-old Fatima works in a garment factory in Bangladesh — she makes just 43 cents an hour.

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A Sewing Kit for Living Wages

Oxfam Research Reports are written in order to share research results, contribute to public debate and invite feedback on development and humanitarian policy and practice.

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A Living Wage in Australia

Estimating factory wages as a share of Australia’s retail price

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Living Wages - Q&A

A living wage is not a luxury but is a minimum that all working people should be paid

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Living Wages - Stuff companies say

A real commitment requires a timeline and a plan to develop and publish a roadmap,

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Reward Work, Not Wealth Report

To end the inequality crisis, we must build an economy for ordinary working people, not the rich and powerful.

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Reward Work, Not Wealth Report Summary

This paper is dedicated to the women and men around the world who are standing up to fight inequality and injustice,

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Davos Factsheet

Oxfam Australia is committed to tackling poverty and inequality around the world. This factsheet highlights a broken economic system

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