The one year staged implementation period of the RSPO Remediation and Compensation Procedure (RaCP) has concluded on 9th May 2015.

The Compensation Task Force has revised the RaCP based on data and lessons learnt from the staged implementation period. The resulting draft is now available for public consultation for 60 days, starting from 2nd September 2015 to 31st October 2015.

During this period of time, the RSPO will be organising four physical consultations workshops in Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Accra and Cartagena. Details of the workshops are as below:

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – 10th September 2015.

Venue: Ramada Plaza KL, 8, Jln Tun Sambanthan, 50470, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Register here (closing date: 3rd September 2015)

Presentation and Summary Report of Public Consultation 

Jakarta, Indonesia – 14th September 2015.

Venue: Sari Pan Pacific Hotel, Jl. M. H. Thamrin No. 6, Jakarta 10340, Indonesia

Register here (closing date: 7th September 2015)

Presentation and Summary Report of Public Consultation

Cartagena, Colombia – 22nd September 2015.

Venue: Radisson Cartagena Pavillion Hotel, Cartagena, Bolivar, Colombia

Register here (closing date: 15th September 2015)

Presentation and Summary Report of Public Consultation

Accra, Ghana – 28th September 2015.

Venue: La Palm Royal Beach Resort, La Bypass, Labadi Beach, Accra, Ghana 2020

Register here (closing date: 21st September 2015)

Presentation and Summary Report of Public Consultation

In order to ease logistical preparations, we urge all interested participants to kindly confirm their registration at least one week before the scheduled workshop. There are no fee to attend the workshops, however, only a maximum of two (2) participants per organisation will be allowed per public consultation.

The documents, as well as the comments template can be downloaded below.

Comments template must be sent to [email protected] by 30th October 2015. Comments sent without specified comment template will NOT be entertained.

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