Organising new members has emerged as a key focus for unions in Tunisia during two ITF workshops held in the country this week.
Strong unions need women.
Directed by the ITF women’s committee, the ITF women’s department works with affiliates, helping them to organise more women transport workers and maximise their workplace power.
Our aim is to strengthen the collective voice and win better conditions for women transport workers around the world. Key issues include access to decent pay and jobs, and the right to work free from violence.
The first ever ITF action forum on violence against women working in public transport has been called groundbreaking by participants.
Speaking on Workers’ Memorial Day, ITF president Paddy Crumlin said: “Workers and their unions come together today not just to remember the injured…
The largest ITF delegation to attend the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) meetings is speaking up for the rights of women…