Living Wage Week 2020 Timetable

Join us for the annual celebration of the Living Wage movement in Wales!

Living Wage Week is the annual celebration of the Living Wage movement!

If you’re wondering how you might be able to make the most of Living Wage Week -you can watch the recording from the Living Wage Foundation Webinar.  You can also download the guide.

If you’re an accredited employer you will have received your digital packs but apart from countdown material please refrain from using the graphics until the week is upon us! The Digital Pack is also now available yn Gymraeg so don’t forget to schedule your bilingual posts for the Monday morning or beyond. If you’d like some suggested tweets or ideas for celebrating on Social Media – get in touch!

We won’t be able to meet up in person this year.  However, we are still going to recreate all of the best moments from Living Wage Week events – but online!


Monday 9th November 8:30am – Living Wage Week Wales Launch 

An online event that will launch Living Wage Week in Wales with the First Minister announcing the new rate, celebrations of success stories from the last year and looking ahead to the 2020-21 campaign.

Monday 9th November 2:00pm – Living Wage West Wales with Burns Nutrition

Burns Pet Nutrition invite West Wales employers to join them to showcase Living Wage Champions and connect with those working on the same agenda in the region.

Monday 9th November 2:00pm – Living Wage North Wales with DEG

DEG invite you to an event that aims to strengthen the employer network in North Wales and provide the opportunity to discuss ambitions for the region. 

Thursday 12th November 10:00 – 11:55 Cynnal Cymru and WLGA Local Authorities Forum on Living Wage Accreditation and Living Wage Places 

A joint event between WLGA and Cynnal Cymru as part of Living Wage Week to bring together Heads of Procurement from Local Authorities to discuss the value of Living Wage accreditation, the benefits of becoming a Living Wage Place and bring the opportunity to have a focused discussion on barriers to accreditation and provide tailored support. 

Thursday 12th November 13:00 – 15:00 – Roundtable on Fairwork

A closed discussion chaired by Lee Waters MS to bring together Welsh Government, local governments, trade unions and the private and voluntary sectors to explore the creation of a collaborative and integrated action plan for accelerating progress on Fair Work in Wales.

If you have any questions regarding Living Wage Week in Wales or would like to get involved please contact

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