Following on the visit to the UK by an international IUF Coca-Cola ‘Zero Rights’ delegation, campaign meetings were held in Ireland with the IUF-affiliated SIPTU, with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and with organizations representing high school and older students.
SIPTU, whose members are fighting for rights and recognition at The Coca-Cola Company’s bottling plant in Ballina, has produced a short video on one part of the campaign visit in which trade unionists and student activists explain their support for the global campaign.
Protestors met the Coca-Cola holiday season promotional truck’s appearance in Ballina with campaign leaflets explaining to consumers the dark side of the company’s operations.
Support from SIPTU members
Disclaimer: All third-party opinions expressed via IASWI accounts linked to and from this page are those of the individuals concerned and do not necessarily represent those of IASWI or its affiliates. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied. To discuss this disclaimer or the removal of appropriate credit for materials of which you hold copyright please contact us. All the third party videos and contents found on workers-iran.org is not hosted on our servers; all third party videos or contents are hosted on a third party site. The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the various authors and news sources on the www.workers-iran.org do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the IASWI or official policies of the IASWI. These posts are only generated for the purpose of information sharing on the labour related issues.