FSBMM in Indonesia protests rights violations in Coca-Cola system


The IUF-affiliated independent Food Workers Federation FSBMM continues its series of protest actions at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia workplaces in support of the dismissed leaders of independent Coca-Cola unions in Indonesia. FSBMM members that participated in the July 12 demonstration at Cibitung plant called on Coca-Cola Amatil to reinstate Lutfi Arifiyanto and Atra Narwanto, the terminated union leaders. Rolling actions in Indonesia will continue to highlight the ongoing rights violations in the Coca-Cola system.

Ukraine: IUF Coordination Council in solidarity with #TasteZeroRights international campaign


On June 21, 2019, members of the IUF Coordination Council in Ukraine showed their solidarity with the #TasteZeroRights international campaign which targets TCCC's failure to remedy the ongoing rights violations in its system.

Nigerian IUF affiliates stand with IUF's Zero Rights campaign


IUF affiliates FOBTOB, HAPSSSA, NUFBTE and NUHPSW in Nigeria visited the IUF office in Geneva and discussed their members' workplace and rights issues. They particularly saluted the unions and their members in the Coca-Cola system fighting for their rights and leading the IUF's "Zero Rights" campaign.

Ukraine: Coca-Cola workers in solidarity with IUF's Coca-Cola Zero Rights international campaign


Members of Coca-Cola Workers Union of Ukraine joined an IUF workshop on June 6-7, 2019. They unanimously expressed full solidarity with Coca-Coola workers whose rights are being abused and vowed to continue to support the IUF's ongoing "Zero Rights" campaign.

Coca-Cola: respect workers' rights


IUF-EFFAT EWC/TNC Coordinators' Conference participants representing unions from across Europe called on The Coca-Cola Company and its bottlers to respect workers' rights and address the concerns of workers to be heard at the European level.

CCEP management denies employees' right to be heard at European level!

After almost three years of negotiations Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) management left the negotiating table when the employee representatives refused to sign an unacceptable proposal.

Since the creation of CCEP in 2016, trade unions have denounced continued attacks on jobs and incessant requests for enhanced labor flexibility.  

Youth and community groups in Indonesia join Zero Rights campaign


University students and local communities in Indonesia have joined IUF affiliates to support  the IUF's  #TasteZeroRights campaign. Throughout Indonesia student and community groups will be joining those in Indonesia and internationally demanding justice for Indonesian Coca-Cola workers fighting for their rights.

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