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Published on May 10, 2013
Trade union leader and sacked Kraft/Mondelez worker Nasr Awad outlines how Cadbury's parent company Mondelez International dismissed him and other trade union leaders for speaking out about health and safety abuses and trying to represent workers legitimate claims.
The global snack company which is now led by former Kraft CEO, Irene Rosenfeld, has also locked out legitimate trade unions at sites in Tunisia and Egypt.
With the help of the International Union of Food Workers and support from Unite and other unions Nasr and his colleagues have launched a campaign to get Mondelez to pay attention to and deal with these human rights abuses. http://www.screamdelez.org