First published by Oxfam GB, Novib Oxfam Netherlands, and Unilever in 2005© Oxfam GB, Novib Oxfam Netherlands, and Unilever 2005ISBN 0 85598 566 6All rights reserved. This publication is copyright, but may be reproduced by any method without fee for advocacy or teaching purposes, but not for resale. The copyright holders request that all such use be registered with them for impactassessment purposes. For copying in any other circumstances, or for re-use in other publications, or for translation or adaptation, prior written permission must be obtained from the publishers, and a fee may be payable.Printed by Information Press, Eynsham, UKOriginal language: EnglishA catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library.Copies of this report and more information are available from:Oxfam GB, Oxfam House, John Smith Drive, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 2JY, UKEmail: email@example.comOxfam GB is registered as a charity (no. 202918) and is a member of Oxfam International.Novib, Mauritskade 9, Postbus 30919, 2500 GX Den Haag, The Netherlands, +31()703421991Unilever PLC, PO Box 68, Unilever House, Blackfriars, London EC4P 4BQ, UKTel +44 (0)20 7822 5252 Fax +44 (0)20 7822 5951
This report is based on research commissioned by Oxfam GB and Unilever Indonesia andcarried out in Indonesia by T. Hani Handoko, A. Prasetyantoko, B.M. Purwanto, andMaria Ratnaningsih, co-ordinated by Amar Inamdar at Synergy. In-country project facilitationand information gathering were provided by Oxfam staff in Indonesia and by Unilever Indonesia.The principal author of the report was Jason Clay. The project was supported throughout byDavid Logan and Michelle Dow of the Corporate Citizenship Company, who also assisted in thedrafting of the final report.
Front-cover photographs (left to right):
Soybean farmer tending his plants.
(Kate Raworth/Oxfam GB)
Unilever factory employee packing product.
Unilever sales representative distributing product to retailers by bicycle.
Customer buying goods from a