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More brands committing to a living wage, but concrete action still needed

Employees work at Fakhruddin Textile Mills in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Reuters/Mohammad Ponir Hossain.
Five years after launching What She Makes, a campaign to pressure fashion brands to pay garment workers a living wage, Oxfam Australia is seeing signs of progress.  “Living wage is a common topic not only in Australia, but globally, which wasn’t the case before,” the organisation’s economic justice strategic lead Nayeem Emran told Inside Retail.  “When I first started having this conversation with brands, they asked me what a living wage is and how you define it. We’re