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Together, we're tackling poverty in the fashion industry.

Stand with the women who make our clothes. Add your name to demand big brands pay a living wage.

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Thank you for standing with the women who make our clothes to demand big Australian brands pay a living wage.

We know big brands listen to their customers.

If enough of us come together, we can end the payment of poverty wages. Will you help us spread the word?

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SEE THE NEW REPORT

Oxfam has just released ground breaking research, that reveals how unethical business practices of Australia's fashion brands impact the women who make our clothes.

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22 Dec 2020

Latest Living Wage Milestone

Congratulations to Best & Less, Country Road, David Jones and Hanes (Bonds) on their progress towards ensuring the payment of living wages to garment workers in their supply chains! The brands just publicly committed to separate out – or ringfence – labour costs in price negotiations with their suppliers, for the women who make our clothes.

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26 Nov 2020

New report: Shopping for a Bargain

This week we released our new research report, Shopping for a Bargain. It's the first detailed investigation of its kind, examining the purchasing practices of leading fashion retailers operating in Australia. Despite their commitments to ethical fashion, few big brands are living up to them, keeping the women who make our clothes in poverty.

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29 May 2020

Big W step towards a living wage

Big W Australia has announced the next step in their commitment to a living wage, by joining Action Collaboration Transformation (ACT) – a global initiative bringing together brands and unions to work towards living wages for the women who make our clothes, through collective bargaining.

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