Together, we’re tackling poverty in the fashion industry.
Stand with the women who make our clothes.
Add your name to demand big brands pay a living wage.
More than 140,000 people have joined the campaign.
Thank you for standing with the women who make our clothes to demand big Australian brands pay a living wage.
We know big brands listen to their customers.
If enough of us come together, we can end the payment of poverty wages. Will you help us spread the word?
See how the brands measure up in the company tracker
Oxfam’s What She Makes campaign demands big clothing brands pay the women who make our clothes a living wage.
Big brands are keeping the women who make our clothes living in poverty.
The women who make our clothes do not make enough to live on – keeping them in poverty. Despite long hours away from their families, working full time plus many hours of overtime, big clothing brands do not pay garment workers enough money to cover the basics of life – food and decent shelter.
See the new report
Oxfam has released groundbreaking research, that reveals how unethical business practices of Australia’s fashion brands impact the women who make our clothes.
Oxfam’s Christmas Wish List 2023
All we want for Christmas is for the women who make our clothes to be paid a living wage.
Our Christmas Wish List includes brands that are lagging behind on their journey to pay a living wage.
What She Makes Trip Report 2023
In early 2023 Oxfam Australia, Canada and Aoteaoa (NZ) visited Bangladesh. This was an opportunity for the women who make our clothes to tell their stories, helping us spread the truth about what she makes.
New eBook! Who made my clothes?
Did you know the women in Bangladesh who make our clothes get paid as little as $128 a month? Download our FREE eBook to uncover the ugly truth behind fast fashion and how together, we can create a fairer fashion industry.
Ten years on from Rana Plaza tragedy
Oxfam Australia is marking the 10th anniversary of the Rana Plaza tragedy by calling on Australian brands to do more to protect the rights of garment workers.