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labor rights

A woman cycles to work in Hanoi. Photo credit: Dewald Brand, Miran for Oxfam

Labor Rights in Vietnam: Unilever’s progress and systemic challenges

In this report, Oxfam identifies three key issues that need to be tackled for Unilever to move to the next level of social impact and responsible sourcing and for the good intentions of their policies to translate into real impact for the lives of workers throughout their supply chain.

 Neem Mibimba, 28. President of the Women's Forum.DRC

Active citizenship case studies

Active citizenship is a means to achieve development, because it enables women and men living in poverty to raise their voice in defence of their rights. This page pulls together 10 case studies and an overview report to illustrate that effort.

Understanding wage issues in the tea industry

Wage levels are an issue of concern across the globe as individuals, companies and governments wrestle with how wages paid to workers relate to costs of living, corporate and&nbsp

Labor Rights in Unilever’s Supply Chain

This new Oxfam report, based on research in Viet Nam, explores the reality on the ground in Unilever’s operations and wider supply chain, and compares the findings with the company's high-l

Gender Equality: It’s Your Business

This Briefing for Business is intended for senior managers in global and national companies, especially those producing and retailing food and fast-moving consumer goods.

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