Coca-Cola's Australia-based bottler stifling independent unions in Indonesia

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Coca-Cola's Australia-based bottler stifling independent unions in Indonesia  ActNOW!  2017-03-28 [IUF]

Tastem the rights abuses at Coca-Cola Indonesia!  ActNOW!  2017-03-28 [IUF]

Indonesia still struggles to close gender equality gap: UNDP 2017-03-23 [JP]

Indonesia urged to settle dispute amid Freeport workers' outcry 2017-03-23 [JP]

Govt always tries to better protect workers in tobacco industry 2017-03-23 [Antara]

Farmers Protest against Government Plans to Build Cement Factory 2017-03-23 [laht]

Indonesia – unions demand review of wage setting law 2017-03-22 [IndustriALL]

Cementing options for people Kendeng farmers prepare to put their feet into concrete blocks 2017-03-22 [JP]

President Jokowi seeks immediate revision of migrant workers` law 2017-03-21 [Antara]

Industry Ministry eyes 220,000 certified workers in 2017 2017-03-21 [JP]

Indonesia boosts efforts to protect migrant workers in Malaysia 2017-03-21 [JP]

New passport rule stigmatizes, burdens migrant workers: NGO 2017-03-21 [JP]

Marsudi meets Indonesian migrant workers in Johor Bahru 2017-03-20 [Antara]

FM Marsudi visits Malaysia to increase protection for Indonesian workers 2017-03-20 [Antara]

Some 300 foreign workers listed as BPJS manpower members 2017-03-17 [Antara]

Death, torture cases reveal issues faced by migrant workers 2017-03-16 [JP]

Indonesia with 261.9 Million People Has 5.8 Percent Unemployment Rate 2017-03-15 [Netral News]

Local miners ready to operate Grasberg mine, says lawmaker 2017-03-15 [JP]

660 new civil servants inaugurated 2017-03-15 [JP]

Malaysia to deport 160 Indonesians 2017-03-12 [Antara]

Indonesia sewer cleaners 2017-03-12 [JG]

Bishop speaks up for jobless in Papuan workers in Indonesian mining dispute 2017-03-11 [Asia-Pacific Report]

Indonesian women march for equal rights and protection 2017-03-10 [Asia-Pacific Report]

Ecco Subcontractor in Breach of the Law 2017-03-09 [IPSnews]

Minister Luhut Meets Freeport Indonesia Workers 2017-03-09 [Tempo.co]

Voices of women workers in palm oil 2017-03-09 [Forest News]

2000 take to the street demanding Make Feminism Great Again 2017-03-09 [Jakarta Post]

Indonesia eases migrant worker documentation 2017-03-08 [UCA News]

Freeport workers voice aspirations and demands to president 2017-03-07 [Antara]

Palm oil giant denies covering up labour abuses in Indonesia 2017-03-07 [The Independent]

Smelter Workers on Strike for 47 days, Demand Equal Wage 2017-03-07 [Tempo]

Fast food Indonesia: struggle for rights and recognition continues at Champ Resto 2017-03-07 [IUF]

Strengthening the bargaining power of cement unions in South East Asia 2017-03-01 [IndustriALL]

Freeport CEO Says Indonesian Unit Has Begun Laying off Workers 2017-02-20 [JG]

Freeport Indonesia Mine Grinds to Complete Halt: Union 2017-02-17 [Jakarta Globe]

Indonesian court judges electricity privatisation unconstitutional 2017-02-14 [PSI]

Kendeng farmers blockade cement factory 2017-02-11 [JP]

Trump Effect, Gov`t Should Focus on ASEAN and Middle East 2017-02-03 [Tempo.co]

Greater Jakarta: 688 foreign workers recorded in Cakung 2017-02-03 [JP]

Palm oil association, universities team up to prepare skilled workers 2017-02-03 [JP]

Jokowi calls on universities to produce skilled, adaptable workers 2017-02-03 [JP]

Indonesian migrant workers in Hong Kong report House speaker over insult 2017-01-30 [JP]

Champ Resto fast food workers in Indonesia keep up their struggle for justice 2017-01-27 [IUF]

30 Chinese workers found with no work permits in Kupang 2017-01-26 [Antara]

Modern-day slavery: Indonesia cracks down on brutal conditions on foreign fishing boats 2017-01-25 [Fairfax]

Slavery, whipping, death at sea: report 2017-01-24 [AAP]

Indonesian seafarer’s death highlights Taiwan interpreter shortage 2017-01-23 [JP]

West Java allows 43 companies to postpone payments based on new wage 2017-01-23 [JP]

PALM OIL SMALLHOLDERS FACE THE CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION 2017-01-09 [Equal Times]

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