Invitation to the 5th PLWF conference

October 13th, 2022 I 13:30 – 18:00 PM CET I Amsterdam

Invitation to the 5th PLWF conference

The Platform Living Wage Financials is preparing for its 5th annual conference: 
Date: October 13th, 2022
Time: 13:30 – 18:00 PM CET


Dear Sir or Madam,

You are invited for the annual event of the Platform Living Wage Financials that takes place on the 13th of October at the headquarters of ING Investment Management in Amsterdam.

Living Wage and Income; Stories on the ground

Awareness on living wage and income has increased in the last couple of years. The PLWF members see companies’ action on implementing living wage and income maturing. However, long and complex supply chain structures make it difficult to truly understand what is happening on the ground. Therefore, during the 5th annual PLWF conference, we will listen to the Workers Diaries Foundation, an independent and direct channel for garment workers to express their issues, concerns and experiences in the global garment supply chain and discuss practical solutions companies can provide to effectively work towards a living wage or living income for workers on the ground.

The programme will start with a plenary part followed by two break-out sessions, one for the Garment sector and one for the Food, Agri and Retail sector.

13:00 – 13:30      Registrations
13:30 – 13:40      Opening by ING
13:40 – 14:10      Workers Diaries; stories from the ground
14.10 – 14:30      PLWF Assessment Results & Panel
14:30 – 14:40      Break
14:45 – 16:30      Break-out sessions
16:40 – 17:00      Shared lessons & Closing
17:00 – 18:00      Drinks & Bites


You can register via this link, please let us know which break out session you want to attend.


We look forward to seeing you on the 13th of October


With kind regards




About the Platform

The Platform Living Wage Financials (PLWF) is an unprecedented alliance of 19 financial institutions representing over €6.5 trillion AUM that uses its leverage to engage investee companies from the garment & footwear, food & agricultural, and food retail sectors to enable living wages and incomes for workers in their global supply chains. It is the first collective approach from the financial sector to deep dive into a single human right.