By Simon Bradshaw, Advocacy Lead A week ago I had the great privilege of being in beautiful atoll nation of Tuvalu for the Pacific Islands Forum. Media coverage of this watershed meeting was understandably dominated by Australia’s abject failure to respond to the urgent calls from the Pacific for far stronger action to confront the […]
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Cotton On has just announced they are strengthening their commitment to a living wage! Congratulations, Cotton On.
To celebrate, comedian Sammy J recorded a special thank you message to congratulate them. Watch the video.