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Cost of Living Map 🗺️

We have an exciting, new and innovative tool that will tell the stories of how corporations like Coles, Woolworths, AGL and Origin Energy have fuelled the cost of living crisis to pad their profit.

The Albanese Government must prioritise the needs of everyday people not over corporate profits.



Our map is live! Click here to view the map, read the stories and add your own.

Will you chip in to help tell powerful stories that take a stand against giant corporations using the cost of living crisis for profit?
With enough support, we can:

  • 💪 Combine powerful storytelling with hard-hitting analysis. We'll analyse the data and combine it with firsthand accounts of everyday people so journalists and key decision makers see the faces behind the numbers.

  • 💬 Team up with allies to ramp up our demands. Using insights from the map, we will work with movement allies and policy experts to pull together a roadmap of solutions that will prioritise everyday people over profit.

  • 📣 Launch a massive ad blitz. We will fight against the deep pockets of big corporations from stealing the spotlight. Across the country, especially in key electorates, we'll be amplifying our stories and demands – making sure Labor knows that voters will remember their action – or inaction – come election time.

Can you chip in and help ramp up our cost-of-living campaign ahead of the federal budget dropping in May?
The cost-of-living crisis is forcing all of us into isolation.2 Conglomerates are thriving on this division without opposition.

Corporations like Coles, Woolworths, AGL and Origin Energy are fighting to keep the status quo that leaves people behind.

Tried and tested tactics that have the power to force governments to listen and take action, like our cost of living map, combine firsthand accounts of everyday people focusing attention for key decision makers to see the faces behind the numbers.

Will you be part of this campaign?
[1] Senate supermarkets inquiry threatens to hold Woolworths boss Brad Banducci in contempt, The Guardian, 16 April 2024

[2] No family visits, weekend barbecues or non-essential travel. Australians reveal cost-of-living isolation, ABC, 10 March 2024