Seafarers working on ships owned by members of the International Bargaining Forum’s (IBF) Joint Negotiating Group (JNG) will receive a 6.
Nigerian workers came together in Lagos last week, to learn how to strengthen their position as vital members of the global supply chain.
The ITF and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) have today submitted to the International Labor Organization (ILO) a case against Qatar for allowing its national airline, Qatar Airways, to violate ILO Convention 111, which covers discrimination in the workplace.
A multinational week of action by the ITF and maritime unions in ports around the Black Sea has brought results and challenged conditions for seafarers working on what the ITF has called the ‘sea of shame’.
The ITF has reported a Taiwanese and an Indonesian crewing agent to Interpol for suspected human trafficking after 74 Indonesian fishers working on board seven Taiwanese vessels were abandoned in September in Cape Town, South Africa.
The ITF has expressed support during a congress preparation meeting in Nigeria this week for the international campaign to secure the release of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram.
The ITF shared the lessons of the DHL campaign at the ITUC (International Trade Union Confederation) congress in Berlin, Germany this week – and took away lessons from the world’s trade unions.
Around 1,000 public transport workers from 40 states gathered in Washington DC, USA on 20 May to demand more investment in metros and buses in the country’s cities and towns.
The ITF has launched a new handbook for transport unions to help them deal with HIV/AIDS in their policy, campaigning and organising work.
ITF activists backed fast food workers in America today, supporting their right to join a union and to earn a decent wage.
A joint team of Teamsters, ITF and Unite the Union members will challenge international transport group National Express at its annual general meeting (AGM) in Birmingham, UK, tomorrow.
The fight for better conditions continues, as the ITF-affiliated Icelandic Airline Pilots Association (FIA) carried out the first of five planned strikes last Friday 9 May.
A decision to replace stevedores from ITF-affiliate Unifor with non-union workers in the Port of Sydney, Canada has been reversed.
The ITF-affiliated National Union for Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) suspended planned strike action in London, UK this week, as it won significant employer concessions.
A team of ITF civil aviation representatives built stronger ties with Cuban workers as part of a solidarity mission to the country between 27 April and 2 May.
Trade unions around the world marked international workers’ day last Thursday, 1 May, with a variety of activities.
Women activists from unions in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda came together last week in Kampala to share and learn new practical techniques to build informal women transport workers’ union power.
Trade unions worldwide marked workers’ memorial day this Monday April 28, with a range of activities commemorating those killed at work and aiming to prevent such tragedies happening again.
The ITF backed plans to strengthen legislation protecting aviation workers from unruly passengers following a diplomatic conference earlier this month.
The ITF launched a new project in Mombasa, Kenya, earlier this month to support decent work in the country.