This report provides information on labour and human rights risks linked to palm oil production in Guatemala. These risks include land grabs and displacement, unethical recruitment and hiring practices, indicators of forced labour, wage and hour violations, child labour, violations of women’s rights, unacceptable living conditions, a lack of grievance mechanisms, and environmental damage. This report also includes recommendations for the Guatemalan government and palm oil producers and buyers on steps that they can take to reduce these risks.

Labor and Human Rights. Risk Analysis of the Guatemalan Palm Oil Sector - Verité, 2013 DOWNLOAD

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