living wage

Factory workers step out of their shuttle bus as their shift ends. Hlaing Thar Yar Industrial Zone, Yangon, November 2015. Credit: Kaung Htet
Rising economic inequality across Asia is threatening poverty reduction and slowing down the fight against gender inequality. Although the region has experienced economic growth, the bottom 70 percent have seen their income share fall while the share for the top 10 percent has increased rapidly...
Oxfam's Rachel Wilshaw. Credit: Oxfam GB
Rachel Wilshaw talks about a new Oxfam report that reflects on and assesses how Unilever’s commitment to labour rights have progressed in the last four years, and the challenges they and other companies face addressing systemic issues...
A woman cycles to work in Hanoi. Credit: Dewald Brand, Miran for Oxfam
Building on past case studies and reports, this new Oxfam report reflects and assesses how Unilever’s commitment to labour rights have progressed in the last four years, and the challenges they and other companies face going addressing systemic issues.
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