May Day rally in Geneva highlights the IUF's "Zero Rights" international campaign


The IUF joined the May Day rally in Geneva with "Zero Rights" campaign banner and showed solidarity with the ongoing fight of independent unions and their unfairly dismissed union leaders at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia. Hundreds of Zero Rights leaflets were passed to marchers at the rally eliciting questions about why the protest was happening.

Coca-Cola workers in Haiti in support of Coca-Cola workers in Indonesia


Coca-Cola workers employed at La Couronne brewery in Haiti showed their solidarity with the dismissed elected union leaders of independent unions at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia. Coca-Cola workers in Haiti have been struggling to exercise trade union rights since they established their workplace union SYTBRACOUR in March 2017. Local management has stated in meetings with workers that they will act to destroy this fledgling union sooner or later.

RWDSU in solidarity with dismissed union leaders at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia


RWDSU stands in solidarity with Atra and Lutfi who were fired for exercising their rights to represent their members as elected leaders of independent unions at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia.

Protest action in Indonesia against Coca-Cola Amatil continues despite heavy rain


The Coca-Cola Indonesia Workers Council (SBCCB, SBCCD and SPMCC) together with the IUF-affiliated FSBMM member unions organized a joint demonstration at Citibung factory to protest Coca-Cola Amatil and call on the company to reinstate the unfairly terminated union leaders and to end the ongoing attack on independent, democratic unions.

Independent union federation of food workers in Indonesia mobilize members in support of IUF's Zero Rights campaign


The Coca-Cola Indonesia Workers Council (SBCCB, SBCCD, SBMCC and SPMCC) together with the IUF-affiliated FSBMM member unions organized a joint demonstration in Bandung to protest Coca-Cola Amatil's systematic denial of independent unions' members' right that has included terminating their elected leaders and denying collective bargaining rights.

The Coca-Cola Company's 'milestone' human rights report is a study in evasion


The Coca-Cola Company's recently published human rights report comes at a time of substantial slippage by TCCC in addressing human rights at the workplace, and specifically the right of all workers within the Coca-Cola system to freely form and join trade unions of their own choice and engage in collective bargaining with their employers. It evades the Company's real-world responsibilities when it comes to ensuring respect for rights on the part of its bottlers - who employ the vast majority of the women and men around the world who manufacture Coke-branded products.

Guatemala: Coca-Cola workers protest the zero rights regime in Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia


The IUF-affiliated Union of Workers of Embotelladora Central SA (STECSA) has stepped up its protest actions in support of unions in Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia fighting for their independent and democratic union and bargaining rights.

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