Rebuild and recovery – ideas from the wider community

“Our post COVID-19 economy must sustain the planet and people. It must ensure that all essential workers, such as, cleaners, security guards, all workers in the care sector, rubbish collectors and supermarket workers, are paid a Living Wage”Essential workers deserve a Living Wage – Living Wage Movement Aotearoa New Zealand

“We need a priority list of steps that the government can and should take immediately to help protect working people from the immediate devastation associated with what seems will be an inevitable deep recession”- First steps on a workers’ recovery plan – by Mike Treen

“For many people and whānau, after bills and rent are paid, there is #notenoughleft to live on, let alone to live with dignity. The last 40 years has been characterised by major political, economic and technological shifts. The rich are getting richer, the poor are getting poorer. This situation was not inevitable and is not permanent, not only can it be changed but change is necessary”Not Enough Left: Beneficiaries speak on their visions for welfare, work and housing – Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP)

“Together we can push for the government’s infrastructure spending to align with our principles for a Just Recovery and set us on course for a just and sustainable future for people and the planet.”Take Action for a #JustRecovery –