Living Wage and Income Corporate Sponsor benefits include:
Recognition of impact
Become a key supporter of living wage research, featured prominently on our website
Gain insights into new frontiers in living wage and income research from the Anker Institute
Group discussion sessions
Find a safe place to incubate ideas with living wage researchers and practitioners.
Who are Anker Research Institute Corporate Sponsors?
The Anker Living Wage and Income Research Institute welcomes support from organizations that share our vision to improve the living standards of workers and their families to a decent level throughout global supply chains.
Living Wage and Income studies are used around the world by researchers and companies alike. Anker Corporate Sponsors pour into this public good to ensure a sustainable future for groundbreaking research on living wages and sustainable livelihoods.
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About the Anker Research Institute
The Anker Research Institute consists of researchers and research institutions from around the world with the goal of generating knowledge to improve the living standards of working people and their families to a decent level throughout global supply chains. The Anker Research Institute is led by Richard Anker and Martha Anker, and is currently hosted by Social Accountability International (SAI) in New York, NY, USA. The Anker Institute is a founding partner of the Global Living Wage Coalition (GLWC).
Living Wage and Living Income Reports
Find living wage and living income reports, studies and other resources for countries all over the globe.
The Anker Methodology
Learn more about the methodology behind the Anker Institute’s Living Wage and Living Income research.
What is a Living Wage?
Learn more about how the Anker Research Institute, the Global Living Wage Coalition (GLWC) and Social Accountability International (SAI) define a “living wage.”