This case study looks into private sector engagement in the Siak Pelalawan Landscape Programme (SPLP), which currently comprises eight palm oil producers, traders, and downstream buyers, facilitated by Proforest and Daemeter Consulting, in the Siak and Pelalawan districts in Riau province, Indonesia.
Overview of key elements for an approach to respect human rights related risks and issues within a landscape initiative
The 10 APOI countries have each followed a three-phase process: engagement, development and implementation. National Principles and Action Plans were developed to guide the implementation of sustainable palm oil production in each...
Many companies in agricultural commodity supply chains have made commitments to responsible sourcing of commodities. This includes, for example, taking action to reduce deforestation, improve labour conditions, support smallholder...
This new version has Engaging with Landscape Initiatives InfoNote incorporates feedback and experiences of companies and other stakeholders to advance understanding on how companies can engage.
Practical and action-oriented guidance on how to manage and address land rights grievances in the palm oil sector.
Part 1 of this report provides a baseline mapping study of Indonesia-China sustainable palm oil linkages. The linkages are investigated from several angles, from an overview of the trade relationship between Indonesia and China to...
This document provides practical and action-oriented guidance on how to manage and address grievances related to forced labour in the palm oil sector. The guidance provides information about how to verify and identify causes of grievances, develop action plans for remediation and resolution, and minimise chances of future non-compliance and conflict.
The guidance provides information about how to verify and identify causes of grievances, develop action plans for remediation and resolution, and minimise chances of future non-compliance and conflict.
This guidance is primarily developed for growers or mills as a first point of contact, but corrective actions ultimately need to be carried out wherever a grievance on minimum wage is occurring, whether in mills, plantations they own or/and plantations of outgrower or smallholder farms they source from.