The RSPO aspires to ensure transparency throughout the mediation process and the reporting thereof. Decisions not to disclose information through the RSPO website or other media require motivation on genuine grounds that disclosure will go against the interest of the mediation process and/or may jeopardize the well-being or safety of stakeholders involved, and that non-disclosure does not undermine adherence to the principles and objectives of RSPO:
- The non-disclosed information relates to a legitimate aim, i.e. peaceful and constructive dispute settlement in accordance with RSPO objectives and P&C;
- The disclosure of said information threatens harm to that aim; and
- The harm to the aim is greater than the public interest in having the information disclosed.
Complaints status is referring to the Complaints Procedure Flowchart