The Price of Indonesia’s Palm Oil: Vulnerable and Exploited Women Workers


In 2016, the Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (PANAP) collaborated with a local organisation for a preliminary investigation on the working conditions of women labourers in North Sumatra’s oil palm industry, using the Community-based Pesticide Action Monitoring (CPAM) process. This report contains the key findings, which found that Indonesia's expanding palm oil industry comes with a cost - women workers who are vulnerable to serious labour and human rights violations.

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Title: The Price of Indonesia’s Palm Oil: Vulnerable and Exploited Women Workers
Authors: PAN Asia Pacific
Tags: CPAM
women
plantation workers
Date: 28-Apr-2017
Publisher: PAN Asia Pacific
URI: http://library.ipamglobal.org/jspui/handle/ipamlibrary/927
Category Type: Reports
Appears in Sub-Collections:Highly Hazardous Pesticides







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