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Stakeholder Engagement

Stakeholder Engagement

APP has a wide and diverse range of stakeholders, which we engage through a range of different channels and engagement mechanisms, such as the Stakeholder Advisory Forum (SAF), the Regional Social Working Group (RSWG), Independent Observer program, focus group discussions and public notification/consultation. The various channels are meant to provide space for APP’s stakeholder to engage with APP to discuss, address and find resolution on issues concerning the implementations of APP’s sustainability commitments.

Stakeholder Advisory Forum

Stakeholder Advisory Forum

In the beginning of the Forest Conservation Policy (FCP) implementation, APP established the Solutions Working Group, which was a closed group consisting of several NGOs that we consulted on the progress and challenges of the FCP implementation. 

Following the Rainforest Alliance evaluation report of February 2015, APP decided to expand the existing Solutions Working Group stakeholder mechanism into something which increases transparency, inclusiveness and addresses APP's current stage of development in implementing its FCP and its broader landscape approach to forest and peatland conservation.

At the centre of this proposal is a new broader, more inclusive 'Stakeholder Advisory Forum'. The Forum brings together local, national and international organisations and  relevant stakeholders in Jakarta every year. The Stakeholder Advisory Forum is designed to be a platform to address, receive inputs, and discuss general elements as well as solutions to the challenges encountered in the implementation of Sustainability Roadmap and FCP.

Stakeholders who are interested to attend this Stakeholder Advisory Forum can contact APP for further inquiry using the contact us form.

Presentation materials as well as the minutes of discussion in the previous SAF can be found through here. 

Collaboration With Other Organizations

Collaboration With Other Organizations

APP fully recognize that to have a meaningful impact in its sustainability initiatives, collaboration with other stakeholders are key. To that extent, APP continues to collaborate with local and regional government, NGOs, research institutions and universities. Some of our partners are shown below. 
We are always open to new collaboration opportunities, relevant to the key focus areas under the Sustainability Roadmap. To reach out to us, please use the Contact Us form. 

FCP implementation and monitoring

Peat management implementation and monitoring

Scaling up the Integrated Forestry & Farming System (IFFS)

Facilitating land dispute resolution through Regional Social Working Group

Landscape level forest protection and conservation

Carbon footprint assessment

Life Cycle Assessment

Restoration strategy for peat area

Natural Capital assessment in Sembilang landscape

Women empowerment

Mangrove Ecosystem Protection and Restoration

Water and Sanitation Hygiene Program for Community

Global Platforms

Global Platforms

In order to be part of the solution to the global issues, as well to keeping track of the global trends and updates, APP is part of the several global platforms. APP is currently sitting in the steering committee of UNGC CEO Water Mandate and the CGF Sustainability Committee. 

Consumer Goods Forum

High Carbon Stock Approach

Indonesia Global Compact Network

Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development