Recent events have shed light on a sector-wide issue that has violated the values at the core of our identity and work. Our leadership is completely committed to ensure this never happens again. Here’s how.
We know that education gives young people a path out of poverty. But the pathway to education is, quite literally, long and bumpy in Southern Malawi. So we’re breaking the cycle of poverty with… well, with cycles.
A new photo essay captures the lives of young Palestinians that have been shaped by a systematic denial of rights, despite the promises of the Oslo Accords.
A courageous rights activist in Pakistan, who has helped dozens of people escape unfair debts that were keeping them in poverty, through our Raising Her Voice program. Watch the video now. WATCH NOW
As negotiations continue over Australia’s embattled energy policy, our political leaders must be under no illusion as to how Australia’s backwardness on climate change is perceived by our Pacific island neighbours.
After five years of campaigning, the Just Group that owns Just Jeans and Peter Alexander has come to the party on worker safety and joined the Bangladesh Fire & Building Safety Accord. This is a big win for worker safety. Congratulations to Just Group for making a great first move. The next step is to bring their factory […]
Dirty water, poor sanitation and unsafe hygiene practices have made life incredibly hard for generations of women like Nola. But we are committed to improving access to clean water and hygienic sanitation facilities for families in Papua New Guinea — and around the world.
Cotton On made important progress by joining the ACT Initiative on Living Wages, which brings together brands and global unions to collaborate on achieving higher wages for the women who make our clothes. Cotton On also affirmed their commitment to working towards living wages in their supply chain, however are yet to commit to a […]