A group of trade unionists sponsored by the ETF – the ITF’s European arm – submitted a formal request to the European Commission on 13 July to…
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A strike by tramway workers in Algeria entered its sixth day today (10 July) and spread from the capital to Oran and Constantine, paralysing…
The two recognised trade union organisations representing India’s railway employees – the All Indian Railwaymen’s Federation (AIRF) and the National…
The ITF has welcomed news received over the weekend from its affiliate the Railwaymen’s Union of Malaya (RUM) that Abdul Razak, the union’s…