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Advancing Human Rights in the Palm Oil Industry

This track record case of Civic Engagement Alliance shows its experience in developing and executing lobbying and advocacy strategies in Indonesia. The case covers the period 2016 - 2019.

The strategy underlying the track record is aimed at increasing or maintaining civic space, improving food security, strengthening value chains andresponsible business conduct This is done in close collaboration with many stakeholders, including (female) smallholder farmers, the corporate sector and governments.

The track record case elaborates on the context and background of the problem, interventions, results, ways of cooperation and aspects of innovation, sustainability and accountability.

 Indonesia

1. Introduction

Aiming for better life and economic perspectives for workers and smallholders in the palm oil industry.

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 Indonesia

2. The Problem

The position of 14 million smallholders workers in the palm oil sector is very vulnerable.

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 Indonesia

3. Interventions

The chosen intervention is based on research and pays attention to gender equality.

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 Indonesia

4. Results

The program shows results on lobby and advocacy capacity building and interventions.

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 Indonesia

5. Expertise and Capacity

The expertise of networking in a human rights based approach was laid 10 years ago by ICCO.

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 Indonesia

6. Policy Makers and Networks

Relations with policy makers and networks positions the Alliance at the heart of the matter.

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 Indonesia

7. Sustainability and Accountability

Knowledge is inistitutionlized and accounted for within national networks.

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