The reach and power of ITF road transport and railway unions were on show this week as representatives from 50 unions in 30 countries met in London…
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The ITF has warned the Australian government of an international trade union response to the ruling by the Fair Work Commission that the country’s…
The ITF participated in a seminar in Bangkok to support the fight of its rail affiliate in Thailand against the latest government plans for…
Railways are a male-dominated industry. Women in the railway industry tend to work in administration, sales, catering and cleaning. They’re also…