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31 Jan 2014
ITF and UNI turn over new leaf with DHL
The ITF and fellow global union federation UNI turned over a new leaf in their relationship with the global delivery company Deutsche Post-DHL this week, as a joint statement on an Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)...
17 Jan 2014
Women transport workers are organising across supply chains
Fifteen women transport workers built their knowledge of unions during ITF organising training in Turkey on 29 December.
The women are newly-organised members of the ITF-affiliated Tumtis union, and work in the DHL supply chain. Many of the...
30 Jan 2014
Joint statement: UNI and ITF turn page with DHL
The German National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines (NCP) today issued a Joint Statement (click here) agreed upon by UNI, the ITF and Deutsche Post-DHL. The Joint Statement addresses some key areas in dispute and aims to turns a page in UNI...
30 Jan 2014
UNI und ITF schlagen gemeinsam mit DHL ein neues Kapitel auf
Die deutsche Nationale Kontaktstelle (NKS) für die OECD-Leitsätze gab heute eine Erklärung heraus, auf die sich UNI, ITF und Deutsche Post-DHL geeinigt haben. In dieser gemeinsamen Erklärung werden einige strittige zentrale Themen angesprochen und...