Geneva-based United Nations agency the ILO (International Labour Organization) today found Qatar guilty of allowing its state-owned airline, Qatar…
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 ITF has condemned the arrests of 12 union activists, two of them women, for participating in a national road transport strike in India on 30…
ITF women leaders meeting in London last week pledged to continue building union power, denouncing discrimination, and challenging neo-liberal…
Women activists have achieved a major breakthrough in the overwhelmingly male-dominated MSTKS union in India.