IUF German affiliate tells Coca-Cola "We will not be blackmailed!"

In ongoing negotiations for a new collective agreement the company has offered minimal wage increases to the German food workers union (NGG) but only on condition that the union accepts a significant increase in "flexibility" with all the negative consequences for additional workloads and future employment that may lead to. The union position remains a straightforward demand for a 180.00 Euro a month increase.

IUF Executive Committee calls on Coca-Cola to remedy accumulated human rights abuses


The IUF's World  Executive Committee met in Geneva, Switzerland April 3-4 and expressed strong and unconditional support for the Coca-Cola "Zero Rights" international campaign. Executive Committee members from 31 countries demanded that  The Coca-Cola Company urgently remedy all  ongoing human rights violations within the Coca-Cola System.

Indonesia: Independent Coca-Cola unions step up their mobilization


IUF-affiliated FSBMM members continue their demonstrations at Coca-Cola Amatil factory gates in Indonesia. On March 30, 2019, they organized another protest action at the Bawen factory gate.

European Trade Unions condemn Coca-Cola's accumulated human rights abuses


19 IUF affiliates from 11 countries met for the IUF European region EFFAT's Coca-Cola Coordination Group meeting in Berlin on March 18 and 19 to develop union action to protect their members' futures in the Coca-Cola system.

FCCU stands with IUF's Zero Rights campaign


On February 21-22, 2019, The Federation of Coca-Cola Unions in the Philippines organized its national conference. The conference attended by leaders of all FCCU local unions saluted the ongoing fights of Coca-Cola workers in Indonesia, Ireland, Haiti and the US and extended its solidarity and support to Coca-Cola workers and their unions in these countries.

Pakistan Coca-Cola Beverages Workers Union show solidarity with Zero Rights campaign


On February 5 2019, Coca-Cola Beverages Workers Union (CCBWU) in Pakistan held its second General Council Meeting. Delegates to the meeting expressed their continued outrage at the ongoing human rights abuses within the Coca-Cola system in Indonesia, Ireland, Haiti, the Philippines and the USA. The union unanimously adopted a resolution extending their solidarity and support to Coca-Cola workers in these countries.
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