Take action with the women who make our clothes.
Oxfam is calling on everyone who cares about What She Makes to ask brands to pay for their existing orders.
Email Australia's big brands to urge them to not abandon the millions of women who make our clothes.
We're tackling poverty in the fashion industry. Big brands are keeping the women who make our clothes living in poverty by not paying them enough to live on. But this can change. Together, we can hold big brands to account for what she makes.
To stand in solidarity with the women who make our clothes
To let big brands know loud and clear that the women working in their factories, making my clothes must be paid a living wage.
The climate crisis has arrived.
From crippling droughts to rising seas, the cost of digging and burning coal is more hunger, communities forced from their land and homes, and entrenched poverty. This stops with you and me.
Right now, almost every second person in Yemen is at risk of starvation, including more than one million pregnant and breastfeeding women. We can and must do more to save lives in Yemen.
Noni B must commit to pay a living wage for the women who make our clothes
By not paying a living wage, big brands are keeping the women who make our clothes in poverty.
All families are equal and none should have to live apart, but Australia’s unfair system forces refugee families to wait years to reunite.
Call on politicians who care about families to cut the red tape and keep #FamiliesTogether.