Global issues

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UFCW Canada stands with Coca-Cola workers' fights in Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, Philippines and USA


Members of UFCW Canada soft drinks section attending the 32nd Annual National Defence Fund (NDF)Convention in Saskatoon call on The Coca-Cola Company to act to remedy the growing number of human rights violations within the Coca-Cola System.

Unite the Union in solidarity with Zero Rights campaign


Members of Unite the Union's Food, Drink and Agriculture sector attending the Unite Policy Conference 2018 (Brighton July 2-5) show their solidarity for the IUF's Coca-Cola Zero's rights campaign.

Honduras: STIBYS members demonstrate against casualization at Coca-Cola's bottler and in support of the IUF's "Zero Rights" Campaign


IUF-affiliated STIBYS protested against casualization at the factory gate of Cervecería Hondureña owned by AB InBev. The factory bottles Coca-Cola products in Honduras. STIBYS members are outraged at 75 ongoing violations of the existing collective bargaining agreement.  The protests also expressed strong solidarity with the IUF-affiliates in Haiti, Ireland, Indonesia, the Philippines and the United States in their ongoing struggles to exercise their fundamental workplace rights in The Coca-Cola Company and the Coca-Cola system.

IUF Japanese affiliates show strong solidarity with Coca-Cola workers world-wide


More than 30 members from IUF Japanese affiliates visited the IUF Geneva headquarters and expressed strong solidarity for ongoing IUF campaigns including the Coca-Cola "Zero Rights" campaign.

Coca-Cola unions in Europe call on TCCC to halt the growing accumulation of system-wide abuses


IUF affiliates that represent Coca-Cola workers in Europe came together on June 19 at NGG's headquarter in Hamburg for the IUF's European region EFFAT's Coca-Cola Coordination Group meeting. IUF affiliates that represent Coca-Cola workers in Belgium, Croatia, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands urged the Coca-Cola Company to engage with the IUF to halt the growing accumulation of system-wide abuses which mark the Company as a serial offender too often failing to respect the human rights of workers and unwilling to act to remedy abuses.

Coca-Cola faces protests at Deutsche Bank Global Consumer Conference in Paris


When The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) spoke at the Deutsche Bank Global Consumer Conference in Paris on June 13, 2018, the IUF and French affiliates FGTA-FO and FGA-CFDT with some of their Coca-Cola membership were demonstrating in front of the conference venue. Protesters were there to denounce the human rights abuses that the Company is allowing to accumulate in the Coca-Cola system. Protestors made the point that Coca-Cola is becoming a serial offender.

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.
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