Audit finds “tiny percentage” of palm oil companies sharing plantations with communities
According to a major government audit, only a fifth of companies are complying with their legal obligations in this area
Analysis: How do oil palm companies get away with disregarding Indonesian law?
Tania Li, an anthropologist at the University of Toronto, argues that companies can act with impunity because of corporate-state collusion and a lack of organised resistance
Get the data: How we built a database of conflicts driven by Indonesia’s palm oil smallholder scheme
Local media reports provided a rich seam of evidence in a data-poor environment
Six steps to tackle exploitation in Indonesia’s palm oil smallholder scheme
Indonesian families have been left with empty promises for decades. Here’s how activists, government and the private sector can help them
Ten takeaways: The palm oil scheme leaving Indonesian villagers submerged in debt
An opaque system supposed to improve rural livelihoods has left villagers waiting for profits — and answers
Watch the BBC documentary based on our joint ‘plasma’ investigation
Meet the Sumatran indigenous tribe who gave up their land and now live in poverty
Six takeaways from our investigation into Indonesia's plasma scheme
Our investigation sheds light on a hidden crisis in the global palm oil industry
Responses from consumer goods firms to our plasma investigation
We invited consumer goods firms to comment on a summary of the findings from our plasma investigation. Here are their responses.