Pakistan

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Another new union organized in Coca-Cola Pakistan, this time in Faislabad

Just two weeks after the victory in Coca-Cola Multan, workers at Coca-Cola Pakistan's Faislabad plant had cause to celebrate yet again today, as their union was officially registered.

Comprehensive Agreement Ends Long, Bitter Conflict at Coca-Cola Pakistan

An agreement negotiated between the IUF, the Atlanta, USA-based The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) and Coca-Cola Icecek (CCI, Coca-Cola's Turkey-based bottler for the Middle East, Pakistan and Central Asia), has successfully resolved a long and bitter conflict over employment and trade union rights at Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan (CCBPL). CCBPL is jointly owned by TCCC and CCI.

Video - Coca-Cola Norway Shop Steward: "We are strong when we stand united"

Tony Farman is shop steward of NNN, the Norwegian Food workers union, representing workers at the Coca Cola Oslo plant in Norway. He is one of many workers of Pakistani origin at the plant. In this interview by IUF Pakistan, he describes why joining the union is necessary for workers, and in particular for migrant workers. (Urdu with English Subtitles)

Karachi union incorporates "Charter of demands" into negotations

The Staff and Workers Union at Coca Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited (CCBPL), Karachi submitted a charter of demands to management on  January, 2, 2009.

Among other demands, it includes the following four points which reflect and specify positions of the Global charter of demands against casualisation, as appropriate for the situation at the Karachi plant:

Norwegian shop steward visits Coca-Cola Karachi

karachi1 January 22, 2009, Tony Farman, union shop steward at the  Coca Cola plant in Oslo Norway,and a member of IUF affiliate NNN, visited the Coca-Cola Factory at Karachi.

Precarious Work, Workplace rights issues discussed by IUF Team and Coca-Cola Global Management

October 7, a team of Coca-Cola union representatives led by IUF General Secretary Ron Oswald met Coca-Cola Director Global Workplace Rights Ed Potter and his team in Atlanta to discuss global labour relations at Coca-Cola, specific cases from countries were abuses were reported, and, in particular, the issue of precarious employment.

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