International delegation to the UK builds broad support for Coca-Cola Zero Rights campaign

An international IUF delegation highlighted the ongoing human rights attacks by Coca-Cola in Haiti, the Philippines, Indonesia, Ireland and the USA with activities in the UK and in Ireland in December.

In the UK the delegation outlined rights abuses by Coca-Cola at meetings at the UK’s largest private sector union and IUF affiliate UNITE during its National Executive Committee meeting.
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Unite NEC members with the delegation

The delegation also met with the national trade union Centre the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and senior Coca-Cola union representatives.

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Delegation meeting at the UK Trade Unions Congress

The delegation was hosted at the UK Labour Party headquarters where they described Coca-Cola’s continued support for a legacy organization of the murderous Suharto regime in Indonesia.  

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UK Labour Party general secretary Jennie Formby (on right) welcomed the delegation and pledged ongoing support
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Indonesian delegation members at the UK Parliament

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