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Category for the Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia campaign - Taste Zero Rights.

Coca-Cola workers in Belgium stand with their coworkers in the Philippines


Members of the IUF-affiliated ACV-CSC at Coca-Cola European Partner's Chaudfontaine water bottling operation in Belgium showed their solidarity with the unfairly dismissed leaders of FCCU-CENTRO in the Philippines who are fighting for their rights and reinstatement. 

IUF affiliates in Ukraine stand with Coca-Cola Filipino workers


IUF affiliates representing Coca-Cola and Bio Med Sklo workers expressed their solidarity with Coca-Cola workers in the Philippines who are fighting human rights violations by The Coca-Cola Company and demanding the reinstatement of union leaders dismissed for trying to protect the health of their members.

Australia: United Workers Union in solidarity with FCCU-SENTRO in the Philippines


The IUF-affiliated United Workers Union (UWU) in Australia expressed their solidarity with three dismissed union leaders who were asserting their members' right to a safe workplace in the Philippines during the strict lockdown measures against COVID-19 in March 2020.

RadioLabour interview: The IUF's Coca-Cola campaign in the Philippines

RadioLabour has broadcasted an interview with Hidayat Greenfield, the IUF Asia Pacific Regional Secretary, about the struggle in the Philippines. The Coca-Cola Company is abusing a national health emergency in the Philippines to attack workers' rights.

Coca-Cola Philippines union leaders defending their members' right to safe work sacked for 'economic sabotage'!


Coca-Cola management in the Philippines is capitalizing on the coronavirus emergency to attack union leaders of the IUF-affiliated FCCU-SENTRO and intimidate their members with dismissals, disciplinary procedures and the use of police power. CLICK HERE to sign a petition to the Coca-Cola Company demanding an end to these human rights violations!

Coca-Cola Indonesia exploits COVID-19 lock-down to impose secret collective agreement, undercutting the rights and benefits of 6,000 workers

As Indonesia moved into lock-down in late March, Coca-Cola management secretly signed a new national collective agreement with the pro-management national union structure created decades ago during the Suharto military dictatorship to suppress workers' rights. This agreement effectively imposes new terms and conditions on more than 6,000 Coca-Cola workers without any of them being able to obtain a copy of the actual agreement and read it.

Coca-Cola fails to address its actions in Philippines that expose workers to violence

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, which works to advance human rights in business and eradicate abuse, published the IUF's rejoinder to Coca-Cola's response regarding the company's attack on unions in the Philippines that invites potential violence against workers.
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