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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.

Confronting job destruction in CCE Europe: Eureopan Coca-Cola Union discuss joint strategy

Dec. 10, Brussels. “Piecemeal” restructuring and the failure of CCE Europe management to provide the full picture of planned job cuts and reshufflings to the European Works Council, but also employee representatives in the respective countries were the main topic of a Coca-Cola Europe Union Coordination meeting organized by EFFAT in Brussels, Dec. 10.

Fight against casualisation to be coordinated by Alliance Steering Group

Nov. 17, 2008. As decided at the global meeting in Oberjosbach, over the last months, the Coca-Cola Global Alliance Steering Group has been formed from representatives of IUF regions.

Coca-Cola Alliance Steering Committee

As stipulated in the Guidelines of the Global Coca-Cola Workers Alliance, a STEERING COMMITTEE is guiding the work of the Alliance, which consists of at least one representative from each of regions as listed below and ex-offico members from the IUF.

The charter of demands against job destruction

Outsourcing, casualisation and job destruction are among the most urgent issues that unions at Coca-Cola across the globe face.

The Coca-Cola Workers Global Alliance stands for a joint set of demands in order to stop the abuse of casual employment in the Coca-Cola system. 

You can download the Charter of demands in pdf format here: 

Coca-Cola Alliance introduced to IUF African Regional Conference

Oct. 31, skype video technology was used to present the work of the global Coca-Cola Workers Alliance to the IUF African Regional Conference.

Coca-Cola Workers met in port city of Durban, South Africa

Nearly 600 Coca-Cola System workers met in the port city of Durban in the east coast of South Africa on the 27th September 2008.

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