This policy and governance review provides an overview of existing policies that are relevant to the agro-commodity production landscape in Ghana, covering deforestation, human rights and smallholder support.
This briefing is for companies committed to respecting human rights in their own operations and their supply chains. It details steps to embed the protection and respect of human rights defenders into company policies.
How to verify and identify causes of grievances, develop action plans for remediation and resolution, and minimise chances of future non-compliance and conflict.
We have also published an introduction to this series...
A Case Study of the Peat Care Village Programme in Sungai Linau, Bengkalis.
This paper discusses important elements of approaches to respect human rights risks and issues within landscape initiatives. This paper was produced in support of a joint initiative by the Sustainable Trade Initiative...
Proforest | Mary Ama Kudom-Agyemang
A case study narrative on Ghana’s Asunafo-Asutifi Landscape programme.
This guide collates our learning on where and how supply chain companies can most effectively engage with landscape initiatives to help meet their commitments, recognising the different roles and participation of other stakeholders in the process.
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...
This new version has Engaging with Landscape Initiatives Info Note incorporates feedback and experiences of companies and other stakeholders to advance understanding on how companies can engage.
This document provides practical and action-oriented guidance on how to manage and address grievances related to land rights in the palm oil sector.