This report highlights the critical role the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) can play in mitigating forced labour risks in the production of palm oil by leveraging its industry leadership to spur the collective action of its members. There is strong interest for CGF to build on the foundation of its Priority Industry Principles and guide and motivate member companies and palm oil companies to embed policies and procedures that identify and address forced labour.

Assessing forced labor risks in the palm oil sector in Indonesia and Malaysia, Fair Labor Association, 2018 DOWNLOAD

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