The two recognised trade union organisations representing India’s railway employees – the All Indian Railwaymen’s Federation (AIRF) and the National…
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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…
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…
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…