Human rights are basic rights and freedoms that are inherent in every person in the world at birth, namely dignity, justice, respect, and equality. We comply with various related international conventions as well as national regulations and striving for our activities to be a positive contribution for Human rights

Our Way in Upholding Worker's Rights

ITM are not compromising on respecting workers' rights according to international standards as stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Declaration of the International Labor Organization on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR).

In addition, we comply with effective laws or policies in Indonesia that protect workers' rights.

In general, international conventions and national regulations make details about the right of every worker to just and favorable work conditions such as fair wages and equal pay for a job with equal value without discrimination of any kind, for the sake of a decent life.

Human Rights Assessment and Due Diligence

ITM puts aspects of Business and Human Rights as one of the business risks. Assessment of this is carried out periodically and gradually starting from the scope of the company in large, its subsidiaries to the entire supply chain.

ITM has carried out the initial stages of human rights due diligence through assessing human rights risks and impacts during the pandemic using the Human Rights Due Diligence and Covid-19: Rapid Self Assessment for Business guidelines compiled by the United Nation Development Program. ITM has also adopted PRISMA (Human Rights Risk Assessment) issued by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia.

Our approach to resettlement

We ensure that resettlement is the last resort in the operations. Every resettlement activity is well planned, in accordance with regulations and also taking into account the needs of the community.

We carry out ongoing monitoring and management for each displaced community member, to prevent being economically displaced or experiencing limited access to land.