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‘It’s darkening Ireland’s name’: Inside the row between Fyffes and its Honduran workers

Serious allegations have been levelled at the company, one of the country’s biggest corporate successes. Article reproduced from https://fora.ie BY PAUL O’DONOGHUE REPORTER, FORA THOUSANDS OF MILES away from her employer’s Dublin base, Oglis Mejia harvests melons under the scorching Honduran sun, struggling to provide for her five children. The 35-year-old single mother has spent […]

New research aims to improve women’s participation in the banana industry

Banana Link has just published the results of research we have undertaken to analyse the participation of women workers and small producers in the global banana industry. The working papers, documenting the research findings, include statistics on women’s’ participation in the industry, an analysis of the potential causal factors for this varying level of participation, […]

Armed attack on trade union organiser at Fyffes subsidiary in Honduras

The news report below has been translated and reproduced from – http://informes.rel-uita.org/index.php/sindicatos/item/no-nos-van-a-inti… The global Freedom and Fairness for Fyffes workers! campaign is currently calling on the company to respect the rights of workers in its global supply chains. “They will not intimidate us” General Secretary of STAS’s sub-branch at Fyffes denounces the criminal attack By […]

Peru flooding: trade unionists desperately need your help

Members of Banana Link’s Peruvian trade union partner, SITAG (Sindicato De Trabajadores Agrarios Del Peru), and SITETSA (Sindicato De Trabajadores Empresa Talsa) trade union in Peru desperately need financial help to rebuild their homes, offices and their lives following recent devastating floods and landslides in Peru. Communication withe affected areas is difficult due to power […]

Freedom & Fairness for Fyffes workers campaign marks International Women’s Day

“We do not want flowers, we want rights!” International Women’s Day 2017 was marked by a demonstration outside the office’s of Fyffes’ subsidiary in Cholutecca, Honduras yesterday, by women workers suffering violations of their labour rights, including non-payment of minimum wages and social security, non-recognition of their union by the company, and sackings of workers […]