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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.
Tehran Bus Dispute (last update, 24 October 2011) >>
Information and a Chronology of events
Join the Global Solidarity Action Day on 26 June 2009 to demand justice for Iranian workers.
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25 Mar 2014
Trade union leaders pay tribute to Bob Crow
One of the world’s great working class heroes, Bob Crow, has been laid to rest in the presence of family, friends and comrades in a service in London.
Thousands of supporters lined the streets of the East End to catch a final glimpse of Crow as...
21 Mar 2014
Workers fight for decent conditions
Transport workers in Iran continued the fight back against reported ongoing anti-union behaviour with a protest at Iranian government offices earlier this month.
The cost of goods and services in the country has soared over the last few years....
23 Apr 2014
Turkish union secures DHL bargaining deal
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) and UNI Global Union today congratulated Turkey’s TUMTIS union, which has secured a nationwide collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with logistics giant DHL. The agreement will provide 2,200...
14 Apr 2014
ITF signs memorandum of understanding with ACFTU
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the ACFTU, the All China Federation of Trade Unions, that commits both organisations to a process of dialogue and information sharing.
Tehran Bus Dispute
Information and a chronology of events regarding the Tehran Bus Dispute