Resources

Made in Poverty: The True Price of Fashion

Groundbreaking research from Oxfam showing the impact that low wages has on the lives of the people who make our clothes. (February 2019)

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Made in Poverty: The True Price of Fashion Summary

No time for the full report? Check out this summary of Made in Poverty: The True Price of Fashion (February 2019)

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Made in Poverty | Brands' response

Oxfam provides the opportunity for brands named in 'Made in Poverty' to respond. Their responses can be found here.

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Company Report Card | February 2019

A snapshot of brands' progress on making a real commitment to a living wage since the What She Makes campaign launched in October 2017.

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The Consequences of Low Wages: A Study on Fashion Suppliers in Vietnam

A companion report to 'Made in Poverty' by Oxfam in Vietnam (February 2019)

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What She Makes: Power and Poverty in the Fashion Industry

Read our powerful report on just how little the women in the garment industry make. (October 2017)

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A Sewing Kit for Living Wages

A fashion industry toolkit to move towards living wages in supply chains (September 2017)

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A Living Wage in Australia (Deloitte)

Want to know how Deloitte calculated living wages? Read their background report for Oxfam. (October 2017).

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Living Wages - Q&A

Want to get into the detail of living wages? Use this handy Q&A.

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Living Wages - Stuff companies say

Companies say all sorts of things when confronted with poverty wages. Here’s a Q&A to help you answer all the tricky questions.

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Reward Work, Not Wealth Report

Check out Oxfam’s global report on inequality ((January 2018).

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Reward Work, Not Wealth Report Summary

No time for the full report, check out this summary of Oxfam’s 2018 global report on inequality (January 2018).

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Inequality in Australia Fact Sheet

Our Fact Sheet on Inequality in Australia – and how Australian fashion supply chains play a part (January 2018).

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