You can become a member of the Living Wage Movement if you are a faith-based religious group, a union group or a community/secular group. This enables you to stand for a position on a Local Board or the national Governance Committee and it means you can participate in our leading-edge community leadership training.
The aims of Living Wage Movement are to facilitate the organisation of communities to secure the income necessary to provide workers and their families with the basic necessities of life; to encourage and promote the development of better policies for working people; to raise public awareness and understanding of the issues associated with low income workers; and to develop the capacity and skills of our members to support and advocate for low waged workers.
NB: To become a member of Living Wage Movement Aotearoa New Zealand please complete the application form and email to email@example.comInterested in finding out more? Fill in this form.