InfoSAWIT, PAPUA BARAT – One palm oil plantation nationally, PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Tbk (ANJ) recently did training about the tenant rights for the employees who work in three subsidiaries of AJN in Papua Barat to enrich their knowledge about human rights.
Chief of Stakeholders and Government Relationship, Gritje Fonataba said that the training is important for the employees because respecting the human rights in the business operational is the main and essential principle to implement the Sustainability Policy of the company.
“The training is one media to increase the understanding and the awareness of related functions in ANJ Group to integrate the human rights aspects in the daily operational specifically when it relates to the tenant issues,” Gritje said in the official statement to InfoSAWIT recently.
The training was attended and joined by 25 participants from PT Permata Putera Mandiri (PPM), Putera Manunggal Perkasa (PMP) and PT ANJ Agri Papua (ANJAP) – three subsidiaries of ANJ in District of Sorong Selatan, and started from Tuesday to Wednesday ( 6 - 7/8) in the office of PT PPM.
Heal of Civil Involvement and Development (CID) Department, Ditto Santoso said that the participants represented every operational function, such as, GIS (the mapping), CID itself, the Plasma Partnership, the Obedience to Sustainability and Compliance, and the security who deals with the civil society as the partner and stakeholder related to the tenant issues.
“The main thing to strengthen is the understanding aspects on human rights about its operational implementation, and to communicate the real commitment to the people as the partners,” he said.
The main material in the training, he continued, covered about the aspects in the relationship to business and human rights, namely about the understandings about kinds of human rights and the violation, the understanding about its connection to the company and the respect of human rights, and the aspects of civil and political rights about human rights.
“It is important for the participants to understand the correlation among the business and human rights, and the tenant rights, kinds and system of tenant rights and the understandings about indigenous land and people rights,” Ditto said. (T2)