Better Work/Better World
working people advocating for their rights
with your support we can
Support action by working people in the Asia-Pacific region to build unions, provide skills training, and take collective action that improves their lives.
Together we will empower working people to achieve a life free of poverty and injustice.
We invest the money we raise into partner organisations in developing countries with the experience, courage and knowledge to build the collective power of vulnerable working people. Partners identify their priorities and solutions and we support them through funding, advice and monitoring to ensure that projects deliver real change for working people.
Claim your donation rebates with Supergenerous
Did you know that if you have donated to us in the past 4 years, you are eligible to get 33% back in donation rebates? Supergenerous is a small, Kiwi social enterprise helping get these rebates back to charities like us.
Their aim is to supercharge human generosity and tap into the estimated 1 billiion dollars of unclaimed donation rebates sitting in a government bank account right now.
How it works:
You sign up online with them, give them your details and the names of the charities you donated to – that’s it. They’ll collect the receipts from charities, schools and religious organisations you donated to and manage the IRD side of things so you can sit back and relax.
They don’t assume that you want to keep the money for yourself, they know you are already Supergenerous by donating in the first place. They give you the option to become a Supergiver by re-gifting the rebate right back to us. They handle that side of things too. The option is yours.
If they secure your rebate, they take a small 10% fee that allows them to keep operating and reaching out to more generous individuals like yourself.
Seeking a dynamic Indonesia Young Leaders Programme Manager. Experience in education, intnl development, tech skills, & a commitment to our values.
Trade unions are calling for a ‘New Social Contract’ to revitalise progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Addressing widespread insufficiencies, they urge the creation of more sustainable jobs and
On 1 September 2023, the living wage rate in Aotearoa increased to $26 per hour. Thanks to grassroots movements like The Living Wage Campaign, thousands of workers will receive a pay
Food, like the spirit of solidarity, knows no boundaries. It speaks a universal language, binding us all in its rich tapestry of flavours, textures, and memories. This unique recipe book
Nearly 200 people came out on a wet and windy Wellington evening recently to hear Rebecca Macfie speak on Hardship, Hope and Why Journalism still Matters. In spite of a