Project GLOW : Global Living Organisational Wage
The heart of this project is one foundational question - using Purchasing Power Parity, Is there a Global Living Wage that enables people, organisations and communities to prosper and thrive?
This project provides the opportunity for researchers to join forces to collaborate on a single, major, innovative, international, interdisciplinary, inter-generational, applied research project on the topic of a global living organizational wage. It includes current work on the Living Wage and its links to poverty reduction through Sustainable Livelihood and Decent Work.
A research group identified as End Poverty and Inequality Cluster (EPIC) exists within the School of Psychology at Massey University and is the nominal site of this collaborative research project. It is closely supported in this project by Massey University’s MPOWER unit (Massey People, Organization, Work and Employment Relations) and the Global Organization for Humanitarian Work Psychology (GoHWP).
Our goal is to help fill a vacuum on living wages as a largely organizational-level policy that may make a real difference to human and organizational development. This aim chimes especially but not exclusively with the wider United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, in particular with: SDG 1 – Eradicating poverty in all its forms everywhere; SDG 8 – promoting Decent Work that meets people’s everyday aspirations and values; SDG 10 – ending inequality; and SDG 17 – partnership for development.
A world view
This video captures the spirit of Project GLOW as an expanding and increasingly high profile network of scholars and activists working to eradicate poverty.
A short two page fact sheet about Project GLOW is available for download and briefly describes Project GLOW, its objectives, history, partners, research hubs and how to join. Project-GLOW fact sheet (316 KB)
Collaborating researchers of Project GLOW
The map below lists current collaborators in Project GLOW.
If you wish to be subscribed to the Project GLOW email list or want to be more involved in the project's research activities, please complete the online form and register your interest.
Collaborating researchers are encouraged to share their publications, grant success and news items regarding Living Wage developments with the worldwide community. Please use this online form to lodge information on your publications, grants or other news items for publication on these web pages.
Professor Stuart C. Carr can be contacted directly for more information if required.
Check out recent publications as journal articles, chapters or books from our research collaborators spanning the globe.
News, policy briefs and funding grants
Read news items related to this Living Wage project, published policy briefs and success in funding grants which enable this research to continue.
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Last updated on Wednesday 06 June 2018