Indonesia

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Protest action in Indonesia against Coca-Cola Amatil continues despite Bali airport shutdown


IUF members from across Indonesia held a protest against attacks on trade union rights at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia at the Coca-Cola Balinusa Operation Headquarters and distribution center in Bali on November 29.

AB InBev EWC members call on Coca-Cola Amatil to end violation of rights in Indonesia


AB InBev European Works Council(EWC) members who are representatives of IUF affiliates in Germany, Luxemburg, the UK, Belgium, Spain, France and the Netherlands invited an IUF Secretariat representative to present the IUF's brewery division work and successes in organizing transnational company.

In addition to the brewery sector work, rights violations taking place at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia operations were presented. AB InBev EWC members showed solidarity with the ongoing struggle in Indonesia to secure rights of independent  unions to organize and bargain. IUF affiliates present in the meeting asked Coca-Cola Amatil management to respect the bargaining rights of independent unions and restore the rights of victimized independent union leaders.

18,000 strong petition stressing rights abuses in Indonesia presented to global workplace rights director of TCCC


IUF general secretary Sue Longley presenting a petition of over 18,000 names to Brent Wilton global workplace rights director at The Coca-Cola Company Atlanta headquarters during discussions with several IUF affiliates focused on Coca-Cola Amatil's abuse of the human rights of its Indonesian workforce.

IUF major Coca-Cola affiliates raise rights abuses in Indonesia with Coca-Cola Atlanta corporate management


IUF affiliates that represent Coca-Cola workers in Germany, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, Pakistan, USA and Canada together with the IUF Secretariat held a meeting with TCCC corporate management in the company`s headquarters in Atlanta to discuss rights violations and ongoing issues in Europe, Spain, Indonesia, Haiti, Ukraine and Puerto Rico in addition to their countries.

Indonesia: IUF food and beverage unions stand with Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia independent unions and their victimized leaders


IUF affiliates organized at Cibitung and Semarang Coca-Cola plants organized protest action at Coca-Cola Surabaya plant where 150 workers were pressured by Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia management to withdraw their signatures in support of a petition expressing their lack of confidence in the Suharto-era worker organization which CCA insists on imposing.

Indonesian Coca-Cola workers demand reinstatement of union chairman

On Sunday February 5, IUF-affiliated Coca Cola unions SBCCB and SBCCD in Indonesia held a protest action where workers held a long march to the Coca Cola Cibitung plant.

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