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For organisations directly involved within the palm oil supply chain, or is an associated NGO.
Ordinary members will have the right to vote at each meeting of the General Assembly, as provided in article 5 of the RSPO By-laws. Ordinary members can have access to all the material produced by RSPO for its members, through the RSPO website and newsletter as well as at RSPO's secretariat for specific documentation. Ordinary members or their representatives are eligible for election on the Executive Board by their respective sectors. They can participate in any of the meetings of the General Assembly and thematic Working Groups.
For organisations or individuals that are not directly involved in the palm oil supply chain in any of the various categories in Ordinary Membership.
Affiliate members can attend and participate in any of the meetings of the General Assembly but they will have no voting rights. They can participate in RSPO activities and may be invited to participate in thematic Working Groups, where appropriate. They have limited access to RSPO information.
For organisations that have business activities along the palm oil supply chain but limited to purchasing, using, or trading not more than 500 metric tonnes of palm oil and palm oil products annually.
All members are required to abide by the RSPO Code of Conduct, and specifically to: