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Amy Hill

Amy Hill

Amy is the Raising Voices Officer with Oxfam UK Programme team. Her role is to communicate issues affecting people in poverty in UK to a wider audience and empower people to speak out, get their voices heard and their issues on the table.

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Gender inequality at work: A call for PhD applications

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This is a great opportunity to undertake a fully funded PhD at the University of Manchester in partnership with Oxfam. The research topic is precarious work and gender inequalities in Greater Manchester. It is expected that the research will be inter-disciplinary and involve mixed methods of research design, data collection and analysis. Candidates with a strong interest in the changing conditions …

Explaining UK wage rates.

The gap widens between the UKs national living wage and the real living wage

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It is ever more clear that employment is not an automatic route out of poverty in the UK. In this blog, Amy Hill outlines the difference between the national living wage and the real living wage and explains how Oxfam GB is committed to ‘decent’ work for a decent standard of living.  igher minimum rates of pay were recently announced …