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Philippines: FCCU members affirm their solidarity with Zero Rights campaign


Federation of Coca-Cola unions (FCCU) in the Philippines continues to show solidarity with the IUF's Zero Rights international campaign.

Coca-Cola European Partners EWC discussed IUF's Zero Rights campaign


IUF affiliates that represent Coca-Cola European Partners' (CCEP) workers in Europe expressed support for the Coca-Cola Zero Rights campaign at the CCEP European Works Council (EWC) meeting on December 14.

Zero rights campaign a key focus in strike at Coca-Cola Belgium plant


On December 14, 2018 workers at the Coca-Cola Chaudfontaine site took strike action for a day.

IUF international delegation brings the Coca-Cola Zero Rights campaign to Coke workers in Europe


An international IUF campaign delegation made up of union leaders representing Coca-Cola workers in Indonesia and the Philippines visited IUF affiliates organizing Coca-Cola workers in Germany, Belgium and Sweden from November 28 to December 3. The delegation included Lutfi Arifiyanto, the victimized leader of independent union SBMCC at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia, Dwi Haryoto, the National President of Food and Beverage Workers Federation (FSBMM) in Indonesia, and Alfredo De Roja Marañon and Jowen Pasamonte Magcaling, elected leaders of Federation of Coca-Cola Unions (FCCU) in the Philippines. They provided IUF affiliates with first-hand updates of the IUF's ongoing 'Coca-Cola Zero Rights' campaign.

Coca-Cola Christmas truck meets IUF's Zero Rights campaign


The iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck touring Switzerland the first weekend in December met up with the reality of Coca-Cola's abusive practices in countries around the world.

Thanks to IUF leaflets at the Montreux Christmas market large numbers of visitors were able to read leaflets contrasting Coca-Cola's lavishly promoted "Christmas spirit" and the harsh reality for Coca-Cola workers in many countries around the world including Indonesia, Haiti, the Philippines, Ireland, the USA and Spain.

Indonesia: Coca-Cola workers resisting anti-union dismissals take their struggle to company headquarters


Members of the independent union at Coca-Cola in Bandung took their fight for rights to the company's national office in Jakarta on November 19 following a week-long collective refusal by victimized workers to leave the factory.

Coca-Cola Workers Union in Pakistan in solidarity with Zero Rights campaign


The IUF-affiliated Coca-Cola Workers Union in Pakistan call on The Coca-Cola Company and its bottlers Coca-Cola Amatil in Indonesia, BIG in the Philippines, la Brasserie de la Couronne in Haiti, the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England in the US, TCCC itself in Ireland and Coca-Cola European Partners in Spain to remedy the ongoing rights violations in these countries and ensure guarantees that Coca-Cola system workers can exercise their right to form or join a union without fear of reprisal and negotiate collective bargaining agreements.
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