Workers held a rally in front of the SOTUBI-Mondelez factory in Ben Arous, just south of Tunis, on 5 December 2013.
Cadbury 5 gain support in Switzerland 29-11-2013
Three of the five trade union leaders abusively dismissed by Mondelez in Egypt were in Switzerland during the week of 18 November for a series of solidarity events.
After months of uncertainty and escalating protest actions members of the IUF-affiliated FSPM finally secured an agreement with Bali Hyatt that guarantees jobs during and after the hotel’s closure for renovation.
Women food workers' solidarity with struggle against disposable jobs at Mondelez Pakistan 26-11-2013
Women members of the Pakistan Food Workers Federation organized a public show of support in Lahore on November 24 for the struggle for permanent jobs at the Mondelez Cadbury factory and have planned further public rallies by women workers. The Federation has pledged its full solidarity with the Mondelez workers and will step up its program of rolling national rallies in all big cities.
Pennsylvania political representatives challenge Mondelez to public meeting on threatened Philadelphia biscuit plant 18-11-2013
Pennsylvania Congressmen Brendan Boyle and Kevin Boyle have publicly called on Mondelez to meet with them together with workers and community representatives to discuss the future of the threatened Philadelphia biscuit factory. Workers at the factory were called to a surprise meeting on November 6 and essentially told to prepare for closure, with the loss of up to 375 jobs.
Solidarity with independent unionists in Algeria: call for the reinstatement of Rachid Malaoui, President of SNAPAP 14-11-2013
In May 2013, Rachid Malaoui was removed from his post at the University of Continuous Education while he was about to take part in the International Labour Conference, organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO), last June, in Geneva. This type of harassment clearly demonstrates a desire to punish Rachid Malaoui because of his trade union activities and his commitment to defending human rights.
The iconic Empire State Building was the scene of a strong and vocal protest against Turkish Airlines rights abuses held in New York November 8. The action was in support of 305 Turkish Airlines workers dismissed in 2012 for exercising their right to strike.
Precarious work expands at Mondelez Pakistan but management refuses negotiation on status of 'outsiders' 08-11-2013
The union at Mondelez Pakistan's Cadbury factory continues its mobilization in support of demands for collective bargaining negotiations on the status of the growing number of casual workers by holding two protests a week. Management adamantly refuses to address the abusive status of these workers, which it calls "outsiders", through negotiation and bargaining.
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