فدراسیون جهانی مواد غذایی
خواستار به رسمیت شناختن حقوق کارگران ایران شد
فدراسیون جهانی مواد غذایی
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فدراسیون جهانی مواد غذایی طی بیانیهای ضمن محکوم نمودند ترفند جدید پلیسی در ایران خواستار به رسمیت شناخته شدن حقوق کارگران ایران شد.
بنا به گزارش آی یو اف، در این فراخوان فدراسیون ترفند جدید پلیسی در ایران را محکوم کرده است و خواهان توقف هرگونه اذیت و آزار و زندانی شدن فعالان کارگری سندیکای هفت تپه گردیده است و همچنین خواهان بازگشت ایشان به کار شده است.
در ادامه این بیانیه فدراسیون جهانی مواد غذایی خواستار آزادی غلی نجاتی و لغو هرگونه حکم زندان برای ایشان شده است.
Uniting food, farm and hotel workers world-wide
Leaders of the IUF-affiliated independent Haft Tapeh sugarworkers union in Iran have come under renewed police pressure as part of the regime's escalating crackdown on trade union activists.
Over the past 2 months, members of the union's collective leadership council have been repeatedly contacted by security agents and pressured to dissolve the organization and sign letters renouncing union activity in return for reinstatement to their former positions. Former union president Ali Nejati, who began serving a one year prison sentence for his union activity last November and is currently on medical furlough for heart surgery, has been threatened with imminent return to Dezful prison despite his condition, which doctors say is serious. Prior to his imprisonment last year Najati previously served 6 months in prison on the same charges and was then fired from his job which he had held for 25 years. Some - but not all - Haft Tapeh leaders who served time in prison have been reemployed on in ferior terms at Haft Tapeh, but on temporary contracts which leave them vulnerable to instant dismissal.
These rights defenders need international solidarity and support - click here to send a message to the Iranian authorities demanding that all charges against Ali Nejati be immediately and unconditionally annulled, that the stricken union leader be given all necessary medical attention and that union leaders and members are allowed to conduct their union activity free from harassment and persecution.
Please note that some messages may bounce back - do not be discouraged! Server overload is a common condition in Iran, and the authorities sometimes turn off their e-mail to tune out public opinion - but some messages will get through, making the point that persecuted labour rights activists enjoy international support.
General Secretary, IUF
International Union of Food, Agricultural, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco and Allied Workers' Associations (IUF)
8, rampe du Pont-Rouge
1213 Petit Lancy, Switzerland
Tel: +41 22 793 22 33
Fax: +41 22 793 22 38