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Indonesia: Zero Rights campaign protests on May Day


FSBMM and FSPM joined the May Day rally in Lampung and Jakarta and organized a substantial show of solidarity with Coca-Cola workers in their ongoing fight for the right to form and join independent unions. Marchers also demanded that unfairly dismissed leaders at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia be reinstated by the Company.

European Trade Unions take action to denounce Coca-Cola's attack on jobs and workplace rights

Led by the IUF's European organization EFFAT, unions representing Coca-Cola workers organized a demonstration on Monday 29 April at the Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) headquarters in Anderlecht.

Germany: NGG signs successful agreement with Coca-Cola following mass mobilization of warning strikes

The IUF-affiliated German food workers' union (NGG) has signed a collective bargaining agreement with Coca-Cola following successful warning strikes by 2,200 NGG members at all 35 Coca-Cola locations between April 8 and 10, 2019.

Indonesia: FSBMM protests call for the reinstatement of union leaders, collective bargaining rights and a living wage at Coca-Cola Amatil


FSBMM members have continued a series of protest actions in Indonesia in support of the independent Coca-Cola unions at Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA).

The Coca-Cola Workers International Alliance demands that Coca-Cola ends longstanding violations of rights in Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, the Philippines and the USA


IUF affiliates representing Coca-Cola workers from 18 countries, including countries that represent some of Coca-Cola's major markets joined a meeting of the Alliance in Geneva on April 8 and 9. Amongst a number of issues raised at the two-day meeting were longstanding rights abuses in a number of countries.

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.
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