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The ITF's Inland Navigation Workers' Section is one of ITF's eight industrial sections. Its membership includes 80 unions worldwide, representing 46,122 members.

The section chair is Nick Bramley (Nautilus International, Switzerland).

The section vice-chairs are:

  • Rose Appiah Okyere (Marine & Dock Workers' Union, Ghana)
  • Julio González Insfran, CPOFPCM, Argentina
  • Chaudhary Alam, BNSF, Bangladesh
  • Women’s Representative: Denitsa Sokolova ( FTTUB, Bulgaria)
  • Young Transport Workers’ Representative: Sander Ruts, ACV-Transcom, Belgium

 

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News online

17 Sep 2014
ITF and Korean rail unions submit court and ILO complaints
The ITF and its affiliate the Korean Railway Workers’ Union (KRWU) jointly submitted an ILO complaint on 16 September against the Republic of Korea for allowing its state-owned railway company, the Korea Railroad Corporation (Korail), to violate...

11 Apr 2014
ITF backs workers in Europe
ITF and ETF representatives and affiliates demonstrated alongside thousands of workers in Brussels to demand decent jobs for Europe last week. The demonstration was part of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) campaign, A new path for...
 

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Press releases

10 Aug 2014
Campaign for justice for Panama Canal workers
 The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) has ramped up its campaign against the Panama Canal Authority over its ongoing failure to provide decent pay and safe working conditions for more than 9,000 affiliated maritime workers in the...

10 Aug 2014
Campaña por la justicia para los trabajadores y trabajadoras del Canal de Panamá
La Federación Internacional de los Trabajadores del Transporte (ITF) ha intensificado su campaña contra la Autoridad del Canal de Panamá a causa de sus repetidos fracasos a la hora de ofrecer unas condiciones de trabajo decentes y seguras a los más...
 

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