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The ITF Urban Transport Committee is a joint activity of the Railway Workers' Section and the Road Transport Workers' Section on urban public passenger transport. The committee is accountable to both sections and works closely with Public Services International (PSI) which includes in its membership a number of municipal workers' unions which organise urban transport workers.
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Information and a Chronology of events
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28 Jul 2014
ITF delivers vital aid to Gaza
The ITF today (Monday) delivered a first shipment of medical supplies to Gaza – where hundreds of civilians have been killed – and called for an immediate ceasefire there.
The federation is organising a trade union relief effort to get...
23 May 2014
ITF Abuja delegation condemns kidnap of schoolgirls and attacks on workers
The ITF has expressed support during a congress preparation meeting in Nigeria this week for the international campaign to secure the release of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram.
The group has also claimed...
28 Jul 2014
First ITF medical aid cargo arrives in Gaza
A first cargo of medical aid sent by the ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) and its member unions has arrived in Gaza. The supplies have been delivered to UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) and the Jordan Hashemite...
11 Jul 2014
ITF demands Shahabi release
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) has demanded the release of Reza Shahabi, the imprisoned Iranian trade unionist and prisoner of conscience. Shahabi, who is the treasurer of the ITF member union the Syndicate of Workers of...
Tehran Bus Dispute
Information and a chronology of events regarding the Tehran Bus Dispute