GROUP A GROUP B GROUP C GROUP D SCHEDULE GER CAN* JPN NZL* USA* PRK BRA AUS : : : : SUN 26.6. | 18:00 | BERLIN MON 27.6. | 15:00 | BOCHUM TUE 28.6. | 18:15 | DRESDEN WED 29.6. | 18:15 | M’GLADBACH NGA FRA MEX ENG COL* SWE NOR* EQG : : : : SUN 26.6. | 15:00 | SINSHEIM MON 27.6. | 18:00 | WOLFSBURG TUE 28.6. | 15:00 | LEVERKUSEN WED 29.6. | 15:00 | AUGSBURG GER NGA JPN MEX USA* COL* BRA NOR* : : : :THU 30.6. | 20:45 | FRANKFURT CAN* FRA FRI 1.7. | 15:00 | LEVERKUSEN NZL* ENG SAT 2.7. | 18:00 | SINSHEIM PRK SWE SUN 3.7. | 18:15 | WOLFSBURG AUS EQG DHL : : : : FOULS ITS OWN TEAM! THU 30.6. | 18:00 | BOCHUM FRI 1.7. | 18:15 | DRESDEN SAT 2.7. | 14:00 | AUGSBURG SUN 3.7. | 14:00 | BOCHUM FRA GER ENG JPN SWE USA* EQG BRA : : : :TUE 5.7. | 20:45 | M’GLADBACH TUE 5.7. | 18:15 | AUGSBURG WED 6.7. | 20:45 | WOLFSBURG WED 6.7. | 18:00 | FRANKFURT CAN* NGA NZL* MEX PRK COL* AUS NOR* : : : : TUE 5.7. | 20:45 | DRESDEN TUE 5.7. | 18:15 | SINSHEIM WED 6.7. | 20:45 | BOCHUM WED 6.7. | 18:00 | LEVERKUSEN1A 2B 1B 2A 1C 2D 1D 2C : : : :SAT 9.7. | 20:45 | WOLFSBURG SAT 9.7. | 18:00 | LEVERKUSEN SUN 10.7. | 13:00 | AUGSBURG SUN 10.7. | 17:30 | DRESDEN MATCH FOR 3RD PLACE SEMIFINAL SEMIFINAL : : : PROTEST ON FACEBOOK: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/DHL-CAMPAIGN WED 13.7. | 20:45 | FRANKFURT SAT 16.7. | 17:30 | SINSHEIM WED 13.7. | 18:00 | M’GLADBACH *See back for FINAL more about A CAMPAIGN BY: DHL’s human : rights track record in these SUN 17.7. | 20:45 | FRANKFURT AM MAIN countries.
UNIONS CALL FOUL CANADA NORWAY Even in Norway, a THIS IS HOW DHL workers wereON WORLD CUP threatened with European country, DHL recently fired DHL CAN job losses if theySPONSOR DHL did not agree to a Norwegian union activist, citing un- PLAY FAIR! contract conces- sions. excused absencesWhen Germany hosts the Women’s World as a cause. UNI and the ITF are calling on DHL to play fairCup this month, Deutsche Post will be chee- Finally, after an agreement was signed, DHL and respect its employees. These are the goalsring along as major premier sponsor. But, say ignored the agreed-upon payments and Yet the activist is sure that it was her trade we are asking for:trade unions, the German-based multinational is continued requiring 10 hour work days. union work that was what was really causingplaying anything but a clean game. According to problems for DHL. • the signing of a global framework agreementthem, its subsidiary company, the logistics giant that will guarantee all 470,000 DHLDHL, is guilty of committing fouls against its employees worldwide the same minimumown team. standards,UNI global union and the ITF (Internatio- COLOMBIA USA • trade union representation,nal Transport Workers’ Federation) say thatDeutsche Post is using the Women’s World Cup In Colombia, In the USA, DHL • the promotion of women to leadershipto present itself as a company that fights for DHL used former has twice been positions andhuman rights, equality and fairness. Yet, they military personnel found to be inallege, employees around the world report that to administer lie violation of the • the consistent observance of human andDHL regularly violates these principles. detector tests to its country´s labour labour rights. workers. laws for usingUNI and the ITF reported a range of complaints “restraint, inter- The interrogations put workers under extreme ference and coercion” and denying workers themade by DHL workers worldwide alleging stress and were often followed by firing. DHL right to freely choose union representation.that they had suffered intimidation, wrongful has refused to end its use of the controversialdismissals, low safety standards, scare tactics, polygraph tests.general exploitation and even been madeto take lie detector tests. In some countriesoutside Germany trade unions which werestruggling to improve working conditions havebeen suppressed. NEW ZEALAND GERMANYDHL’s record, the ITF and UNI say, is about as In New Zealand, In Germany, tradefar from fair play, human rights and equalityas you can get, and the two union federations DHL initially re- fused to extend union activity is allowed, so no one WWW.DHL-CAMPAIGN.COMwould like to present the following ‘fixture list’ the collective bar- has to worry thatof World Cup competitor nations where DHL is gaining agreement it might lead to an CONTACT INFORMATION:reported to have fouled its own team: to cover women unfair dismissal. – mostly from Ingo Marowsky Polynesia – who were working as clerks and Employees are represented through workers’ Email: email@example.com administrators. councils and are able to set their wages by Tel: +44 20 7403 2733 collective bargaining. DHL‘s responsible record in After the women organised to fight back Germany contrasts with its exploitative conduct Neil Anderson against this unequal treatment the issue was abroad. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org finally resolved months later. Tel: + 41 (0) 79 508 26 16