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HIV/AIDS is of particular concern to transport workers. Mobility and long absences from home make transport workers vulnerable. The ITF is helping to combat HIV and Aids by raising awareness and promoting trade union action in the work place.
Global HIV/AIDS project E-bulletin
- Latest E-bulletin
As a part of the Global HIV/AIDS project, the ITF is publishing a bi-monthly E-bulletin.
21 May 2014
US workers demand investment in urban public transport
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.
At the rally, leaders of two ITF affiliates – the Amalgamated Transit...
21 May 2014
ITF launches new HIV/AIDS manual for affiliates
The ITF has launched a new handbook for transport unions to help them deal with HIV/AIDS in their policy, campaigning and organising work.
This publication delivers further on the ITF’s Congress mandates in 2002 and 2006 to strengthen its work...
08 Jul 2013
ITF launches resource pack for tackling HIV/AIDS in ports worldwide
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) will release a new tool for unions fighting the negative effects of HIV/AIDS in the world’s ports today. The official launch will take place at the ITF dockers’ section conference in Chicago,...
02 Oct 2012
ITF launches HIV/AIDS in aviation resource
Global union the ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) will launch a new resource pack for tackling the issue of HIV/AIDS in the world’s civil aviation industry tomorrow. The pack will be unveiled to representatives of worldwide...