The ITF will soon have a new affiliate from the Solomon Islands, as workers in the country set to rebuilding their union.
ITF unions have vowed to protect working conditions for aviation workers at Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS).
The ITF this week slammed Turkish employer TÜVTÜRK for reported unfair dismissals of union members following a union building campaign.
The retirement arrangements of 8,000 Dutch dockers are set to be positively impacted after a settlement was reached over pensions held by corporate giant Aegon.
Basil Thwala, legal advisor to the Swaziland Transport & Allied Workers’ Union (STAWU), was released from prison this weekend.
Cabin crew at Chilean aviation company LAN Express won the right to significantly improved working conditions this week.
ITF and ETF representatives and affiliates demonstrated alongside thousands of workers in Brussels to demand decent jobs for Europe last week.
A global campaign to build awareness over the real reasons for delays and cost overruns at Chevron’s Gorgon LNG project in Australia has been launched by the International Transport Workers’ Federation and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA).
The ITF was glad to support the World Maritime University’s maritime women: global leadership conference in Sweden this week, which attracted 265 participants from 74 countries.
Representatives of ITF-affiliated cabin crew unions meeting in London today pledged their support for their Qantas colleagues, who are facing unparalleled job cuts.
ITF and ETF affiliates are being asked to show their support for Norwegian dockers who will hold a rally this weekend as strikes continue in ports across the country.
ITF docker affiliates in central America have used ITF materials to help win protection from HIV/AIDS discrimination at work.
New United Nations (UN) recommendations should help grassroots organisers to improve the status of women transport workers, an ITF representative said this week.
Airport shuttle drivers in Denver, USA, rallied outside employers SuperShuttle last week, under the threat of reduced wages and potential job losses.
The Europe-wide fight to protect dockers' work is continuing as a dispute in the port of Antwerp, Belgium escalates.
One of the world’s great working class heroes, Bob Crow, has been laid to rest in the presence of family, friends and comrades in a service in London.
‘Investigation and engagement’ have been promised by the Honduran Ambassador to the UK, over the ongoing trade union rights abuses against ITF affiliated union members in Puerto Cortés.
Some 200 freight handlers at Schiphol airport, the Netherlands, went on strike this week over deteriorating working conditions.
Transport workers in Iran continued the fight back against reported ongoing anti-union behaviour with a protest at Iranian government offices earlier this month.