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Indonesia & Malaysia: AP investigation reveals women face dangerous working conditions, widespread abuse & rape in palm oil supply chains of global cosmetics brands

The Associated Press (AP) made an investigation on the brutal treatment of women in the production of palm oil, including physical and sexual abuse as well as exposure to harmful chemicals in Indonesian and Malaysian plantations. The report alleges that palm oil from such plantations flows into the supply chains of Avon, Cargill, Clorox, Colgate-Palmolive, Coty, Estée Lauder, Johnson & Johnson, Kylie Cosmetics, L’Oréal, Procter & Gamble, and Unilever.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies to respond to the allegations in the report. Avon, Cargill, Clorox, Coty, Estée Lauder, L’Oréal, and Unilever responded. Their responses are linked below.

Palm oil plantations that are mentioned in the report—FGV Holdings Berhad, London Sumatra, and Sime Darby—were also invited to respond. FGV Holdings responded. The response is linked below.

企業回應

Cargill 瀏覽回應
L'Oreal 瀏覽回應
Clorox 瀏覽回應
Estée Lauder 瀏覽回應
Unilever 瀏覽回應
FGV Holdings Berhad 瀏覽回應
Colgate-Palmolive

没有回應

Johnson & Johnson 瀏覽回應
Kylie Cosmetics

没有回應

Procter & Gamble 瀏覽回應
London Sumatra

没有回應

Sime Darby

没有回應

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