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Coca-Cola Amatil's Zero Rights Christmas Truck is here for the Holidays!


Coca-Cola's famous Christmas Truck has already begun making the holiday rounds as people in many parts of the world gear up for their festive season. In some places, Coke offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend a night in the truck! A cozy Christmas fireplace awaits the lucky guests…

Protest action in Indonesia against Coca-Cola Amatil continues despite Bali airport shutdown


IUF members from across Indonesia held a protest against attacks on trade union rights at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia at the Coca-Cola Balinusa Operation Headquarters and distribution center in Bali on November 29.

Pakistan Food Workers Federation calls on Coca-Cola to respect union rights in Indonesia


Pakistan Food Workers Federation (PFWF) expressed its full support to Coca-Cola workers in Indonesia and highlighted its extreme concern that Australia-based Coca-Cola Amatil, The Coca-Cola Company's bottler in Indonesia, undermines the rights of trade unions.

Coca-Cola Africa Francophone affiliates in solidarity with independent unions at Coca-Cola Indonesia


Delegates to the IUF meeting of unions representing workers at Coca-Cola operations in Benin, Ivory Cost, Niger and Togo met in Cotonou on November 20-21 and expressed their solidarity with the ongoing fight in Indonesia and supported the IUF international campaign of "Zero Rights at Coca-Cola Amatil Indon

IUF HRCT affiliates defend independent unions at Coca-Coca Amatil Indonesia


International delegates to the IUF's hotel, restaurant, catering and tourism (HRCT) Trade Group Board meeting in Palma de Mallorca, Spain November 6-7 show their solidarity with independent union leaders and workers fighting for basic rights at Coca-Cola Amatil in Indonesia.

18,000 strong petition stressing rights abuses in Indonesia presented to global workplace rights director of TCCC


IUF general secretary Sue Longley presenting a petition of over 18,000 names to Brent Wilton global workplace rights director at The Coca-Cola Company Atlanta headquarters during discussions with several IUF affiliates focused on Coca-Cola Amatil's abuse of the human rights of its Indonesian workforce.

IUF major Coca-Cola affiliates raise rights abuses in Indonesia with Coca-Cola Atlanta corporate management


IUF affiliates that represent Coca-Cola workers in Germany, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, Pakistan, USA and Canada together with the IUF Secretariat held a meeting with TCCC corporate management in the company`s headquarters in Atlanta to discuss rights violations and ongoing issues in Europe, Spain, Indonesia, Haiti, Ukraine and Puerto Rico in addition to their countries.
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