The Justice and Peace Commission of the Diocese of Auckland in New Zealand supports the Living Wage Movement. They have worked together with others in New Zealand since 2013 for a wage that is sufficient to allow a family to live in dignity and participate in society. New Zealand law sets a minimum hourly wage rate, but the movement demonstrates that the rate is inadequate.
Living Wage Week
This information leaflet from the Auckland Justice and Peace Commission raises awareness of the issues in time for Living Wage Week 2016. In it Bishop Patrick Dunn explains the importance of the issue.