Overview and Analyses of Key National Policies, Strategies and Action Plans Relevant to Deforestation, Child and Forced Labour, and Smallholder Inclusion in Cameroon
This briefing is written for companies committed to respecting human rights in their own operations and in their supply chains. It provides guidance on concrete steps to embed the protection and respect of human rights defenders into company policies and management systems.
This guide collates our learning on where and how supply chain companies can most effectively engage with these landscape initiatives to help meet their commitments, recognising the different roles and participation of other...
A Case Study of the Peat Care Village Programme in Sungai Linau, Bengkalis
A case study narrative on Ghana’s Asunafo-Asutifi Landscape programme
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.