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ITF: Australian ban ‘the kind of enforcement…

ITF statement on the decision by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) to ban the Hong Kong-flagged bulk carrier MV Shandong Hai Wang for one year from Australian waters.

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ITF: Panama Canal Authority is ‘deflecting from…

It is with surprise and disappointment that the ITF has learned through the media of the Panama Canal Authority’s (ACP) negative reaction to the media conference that was held by the ITF, the Unión…

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ITF and ETF statement: support for IALPA

The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) and the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF) stand in solidarity with the strike action taken today by Irish pilots at Ryanair.

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Ryanair strikes: ITF statement

ITF statement on the decision by Ryanair cabin crew to declare strike action in Italy on 25 July and in Belgium, Portugal and Spain on 25 and 26 July.

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Ireland downgraded in the US State Department's…

Ireland has been downgraded by the US State Department's Trafficking In Persons (TIP) Report from a Tier One country to Tier Two, putting it on a par with states such as India and Indonesia.

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Unity, resistance and determination bring…

In a significant achievement, dockers in Pakistan have forced management at Hutchison’s Karachi terminal to officially recognise their union, accept their charter of demands and reinstate the union…

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ITF to Uber in London: ‘now overhaul your…

This week in London, Westminster Magistrates' Court granted Uber a 15-month probationary license. In September 2017, Transport for London (TfL) rejected the company's application to renew its…

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Press lunch invitation: Ryanair crew summit

In two weeks, Ryanair cabin crew from across Europe and North Africa will come together in Dublin to voice their grievances and formulate a charter of demands. If these demands are not met, the…

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