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4 December 2017
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Author: Greenpeace

« L'huile de palme n'a pas encore coupé les ponts avec la déforestation », 30 novembre 2017...

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22 November 2017

Commentary: Companies' ineffective grievance mechanisms can amplify consequences of human rights abuses

Author: Jeff Conant, Friends of the Earth U.S., Business and Human Rights Journal

"Failures of redress, or when is a grievance mechanism not a grievance mechanism?", 22 Nov 2017...

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23 October 2017
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10 October 2017

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

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30 August 2017

Cereal, drinks companies often overlook risk of forced labor in sugarcane: study

Author: Reuters

Food and beverage companies face the risk of forced labor in countries where they obtain sugarcane but most fall short in efforts to tackle the problem that threatens millions of workers, according to a study [by KnowTheChain (KTC)]...Sugarcane...can...

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29 August 2017

KnowTheChain case study: How food and beverage companies tackle forced labour risks in sugar supply chains

This case study assesses how a sample of 10 chocolate and confectionary manufacturers, beverage companies, and sugar producers address forced labour risks in their sugarcane supply chains....

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4 August 2017
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Author: Amnesty International

« Huile de palme: un premier pas du géant agroalimentaire Wilmar », 17 juillet 2017...

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6 June 2017

Report points out rights, climate, biodiversity risks investors & financiers face in Southeast Asia’s tropical forest sector

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies highlighted in the report to respond. Responses from Itochu, Marubeni, Mizuno, Oji and Wilmar are available below.

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Company response
6 June 2017

Wilmar response

Author: Wilmar

...Wilmar’s approach to responsible palm oil production and supply chain management is guided by our No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) Policy. We always maintain an open dialogue with non-profit organisations to understand their...

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16 May 2017

Indonesia: Wilmar appeals RSPO ruling on land grabbing case; cites violation of due process as ground

Author: Rachel Diaz-Bastin, Mongabay

"Wilmar appeals RSPO ruling that it grabbed indigenous lands in Sumatra", 17 May 2017...

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