The International Union of Foodworkers (IUF) has a new online campaign in which you can send a message in support of three Kentucky Fried Chicken workers in Thailand who were fired for their union activity. You can read more about the case and a send a message in support of the workers here.
From the IUF:
Three union activists have been dismissed from their employment at KFC in Thailand after they established a union and sought to bargain a collective agreement with KFC management… Apantree Charoensak, Krit Suang-aranan and Siwaporn Somjit , who were active as union representatives were terminated without notice or due process. The company then proceeded to harass and intimidate the remaining workers by holding a series of meetings putting pressure on them to withdraw their support for the union. The company, Yum! Thailand, which is a subsidiary of the U.S based Yum! Brands Inc. owns world famous brands such as KFC and Pizza Hut. Management has refused to negotiate with the union and has failed to attend a series of mediation meetings organized by officers the Ministry of Labour.