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|Inspection team boards a ship during recent ITF campaign|
The ITF has been helping seafarers since 1896 and today represents the interests of seafarers worldwide, of whom over 600,000 are members of ITF affiliated unions. The ITF is working to improve conditions for seafarers of all nationalities and to ensure adequate regulation of the shipping industry to protect the interests and rights of the workers. The ITF helps crews regardless of their nationality or the flag of their ship (See About this Section for more).
03 Mar 2014
Seafarers win minimum wage increase
Seafarers secured a minimum wage increase following talks at the International Labour Organization last week.
ITF representatives met with maritime employer representatives from the International Shipping Federation (ISF) at the ILO last...
28 Feb 2014
ITF activists tackle HIV/AIDS on cruise ships
The first ever group of HIV resource persons/peer educators working on cruise ships vowed to strengthen and protect their friends and colleagues at a cruise ship seminar in Cebu, Philippines last week.
Eighty five seafarers from across the...