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Oxfam International Nov 9
"If a women is pregnant, she will not be hired." Fair? Indonesian workers face poverty wages, unsafe & unsanitary working conditions, and verbal abuse. Stand with the workers :
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Oxfam International Sep 16
Top executives in supermarkets are cashing in big bucks $$. But too many people who produce and process our food are earning less than a fair wage & struggling to feed their families. Find out what's of your food:
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Oxfam International Oct 12
The seafood industry is worth more than $150bn per year. But workers in Southeast Asia face poverty wages, unsafe and unsanitary working conditions, and verbal abuse. Watch and share:
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Oxfam International Nov 28
Let's make sure the food we eat is free from human suffering. Take the pledge:
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Carol Ndosi Jul 21
can revel a lot of unequal pay and how uneven the pay is for people in the value chain
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Oxfam International Oct 1
This is a big win for: 🍌the people who grow our bananas and lead the struggle 🍌the shoppers & activists who helped make this happen 🍌banana-lovers!
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Oxfam International Sep 22
Human suffering should never be an ingredient in food we eat. Take action now:
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Oxfam International Dec 14
Do you know what’s of food we buy? Here's what you need to know:
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Oxfam International Jan 3
Choose to care. Break the silence. Stand with the people of our food at
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Oxfam International Sep 12
The industry is worth more than $150bn per year. But it comes at an unacceptable price: the suffering of the people who produce it.
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Oxfam International Dec 16
Human suffering should never be an ingredient in food we eat. Over 200,000 people have already taken action. Will you join the movement too?
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Julie Estelle Oct 16
There is a story behind the food you buy. Whether it is fruit, vegetables or seafood, your food may contain human suffering. This , we need your help to stand up for food producers
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JShrestha Jun 23
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Rachel Colbourne Jan 18
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Oxfam International Oct 21
We welcome the positive steps Aldi South has taken in response to our campaign to end the suffering behind our food supply.  They should now offer a clear time-bound plan for implementing their commitments.
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Oxfam International Oct 20
From dealing fairly with suppliers to the living wage gap, here are some recommendations for how the supermarkets can help end the human suffering in their supply chains >>
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Oxfam International Oct 29
Women producing our food are being paid poverty-level wages and enduring unsafe and degrading working conditions - while struggling to put food on the table for their own families. Your supermarket has the power to change this.
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Secure Future Africa Aug 27
I pledge to stand with the people
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Oxfam EU 8h
You asked supermarket chain to respect human rights + end the suffering behind our food – and they listened! Now we need parent company + other supermarkets to step up and follow suit!
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Oxfam EU Feb 21
After you told supermarket chain we didn’t want human suffering in our food, they finally listened and are introducing a new human rights and sustainability policy!
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