Oxfam

Chameli is paid poverty wages in a Bangladesh factory that supplies clothes to Australia. © Fabeha Monir/ OxfamAUS
Oxfam Australia shames retailers over supply chain workers' pay
Oxfam found evidence of poverty and lack of health and safety for mango pickers in Brazil. © Images/SambaPhoto
'Abusive supply chains' fuelled by retailers
Supermarkets fall short in protecting supply chain workers
UK supermarkets ‘trapping suppliers in poverty’
The team behind the Pouncer hopes to deliver humanitarian aid to disaster areas © Windhorse Aero
Edible drone to offer aid in disaster zones
Spending money wisely is part of Oxfam’s DNA
There is no way of checking if clothes are being made in safe and fair conditions unless factory locations are published, Oxfam said ©Press Association Images
Fashion brands rated ‘naughty or nice’ on supply chain transparency
Singer Fergie with children during a Unilever project © Press Association Images
Unilever tops Oxfam's ethical ranking