International Women's Day 2014
For the past 12 years, ITF affiliates have participated in the ITF campaign for International Women's Day on 8 March by organising practical activities to campaign for and secure women transport workers' rights and increase their visibility and participation in the union movement.
There are more ways than ever before to get directly involved in your congress
Your congress website is now live and ready to view at www.itfcongress2014.org.
Organising Precarious Transport Workers
50% of transport workers are now in precarious work. Download the new ITF resource designed to help unions organise precarious workers.
This man has just had his head shaved in front of the Korean Embassy in London.
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Support Korean Railway Workers' Right to Strike
Korean workers will strike on 9 Dec and may face aggressive retaliation from the Government. Take action now in solidarity and protect the rights of Korean railway workers.
Have you seen our new congress website?
There are more ways than ever before to get directly involved in your congress. Your congress website is now live and ready to view at www.itfcongress2014.org.
World Aids Day 2013
View activities organised by ITF affiliates all over the world to mark World Aids Day 2013.
ITF Gaza Fund
Leaders of the ITF's two Palestinian affiliates, the Palestinian General Transport Workers Union (PGTWU) in the West Bank and the Bus Drivers' Union (BDU) in Gaza, have called for support to rebuild membership in Gaza. The ITF has launched a Solidarity Fund to raise funds for a transport union office in Gaza, to support BDU's training and organising work.
Thank you to you all
After two and a half years of struggle workers at DHL Turkey have won the right to be represented by their union of choice. Their achievement is huge – and every step of the way to winning it they've been backed by a major international solidarity effort, in which you have played a part. We want to wish those workers and their union, TUMTIS, well, and to thank you for your help.
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