Coca-Cola shop stewards and union leaders of the IUF-affiliated FGAT- UGTT in Tunisia joined an IUF seminar on gender based violence and sexual harasment and saluted the unions in 6 countries who are fighting for their rights in the Coca-Cola system.
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An international union delegation including Atra Narwanto and Lutfi Arifiyanto, the victimized leaders of independent unions at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia, is currently meeting with IUF affiliates representing Coca-Cola workers in Canada.
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Following successful protests and meeting with student groups in Atlanta (see more here) IUF members from Indonesia, the Philippines and Haiti shared their experiences of The Coca-Cola Company’s human rights failures in their countries with IUF members working at Coca-Cola in Boston and Philadelphia and student civil rights groups in Atlanta.
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IUF affiliates that represent Mondelez workers from 18 unions, 13 countries, and 6 continents gathered in Brussels to discuss their issues and expressed their solidarity with Coca-Cola workers and their unions fighting against human rights violations of the Coca-Cola Company and its bottlers in Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, The Philippines, Spain and the United States.
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Coca-Cola shop stewards and union leaders of the IUF-affiliated Kenya Union of Commercial, Food and Allied Workers (KUCFAW) joined an IUF seminar on August 30 in Nairobi and saluted the unions in 5 countries who are fighting for their rights in the Coca-Cola system. They organized a small picket in front of the Coca-Cola plant in Nairobi and posed for a solidarity photo.
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On August 13 members from IUF affiliates, including supporters from the IUF’s affiliate BCTGM from across the USA and Unite Here’s Las Vegas Local 226 put the spotlight on The Coca-Cola Company’s multiple human rights abuses in an action outside the flagship Coca-Cola store on the Las Vegas strip. They were joined by IUF President Mark Lauritsen, BCTGM President David Durkee and BCTGM Secretary Treasurer Steve Bertelli.
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