Killer Coke

Killer Coke11/11/2010 Online
International Day Of Action For Colombian COKE Workers/Killer Coke
Campaign & Solidarity For Rosalba Gaviria Toro

Actions will take place internationally for Colombian Coke workers whose SINALTRAINAL union members and families have faced rapes, kidnappings and murders. This will be on line.

See: www.killercoke.org

Using Communication Tools For Labor Solidarity

12/11/201 Join First International Day Of Action On Line For COKE Workers In Colombia.

On December 11, 2010 actions will take place around the world in solidarity with COKE bottling workers in Colombia who have been murdered, kidnapped and raped.

As part of Labortech.net, actions around the world will also be broadcast live on labortech.net  and on other portals. If you are going to have an event in solidarity with COKE workers on December 11, 2010 or want to upload an event you have had please contact LaborTech.net for information on how to do this.

We will have a schedule of streamed events and it will be broadcast on www.justin.tv and mirrored on Labortech.net and other sites around the world. Contact us for further info on how to stream your event on this international day of action.

Colombia: Free jailed trade unionist Rosalba Gaviria Toro

Rosalba

http://www.labourstart.org/cgi-bin/solidarityforever/show_campaign.cgi?c=831

Colombia: Free jailed trade unionist Rosalba Gaviria Toro Rosalba Gaviria Toro.On 9th March 2009 Rosalba Gaviria Toro, a member
of FENSUAGRO, the Colombian Agricultural Workers’ Trade Union was detained and accused of ‘rebellion’. She has been imprisoned since then in Villa Cristina jail in the city of Armenia, without being convicted of any crime. Rosalba has been an activetrade unionist and human rights activist for many years, however, the Colombian authorities have described her as a ‘terrorist’ – jeopardizing her right to a fair judicial process. There is no legitimate evidence against Rosalba and it would seem that, like so many other political prisoners in Colombia, she has been jailed to silence her and prevent her from carrying out her legitimate work in defense of trade union and human rights.