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The ITF women’s department is dedicated to organising women in transport and to strengthening their unions. It supports ITF unions to fight the impact of the economic crisis on women transport workers and to organise young and informal workers and women in non-union workplaces. It is building a team of women trade union leaders
to maximise their global strength and workplace power. It is working with women union members to strengthen collective bargaining, challenge gender segregation in the workplace and fight exploitation and discrimination.
in building union strength. Find out about the ITF women’s network and the ITF women’s committee here
Campaigns & Disputes
- International Women's Day 2014 In addition to your International Women's Day 2014 activities, this year the ITF Women's Committee is calling on affiliates to stand in solidarity with Qatar Airways workers.
- ITF women transport workers' survey - participate in the survey to help the Women’s Committee tailor ITF’s efforts to provide affiliates with the best support possible for organising more women into unions and into active roles.
- No to Violence Against Women 2013 The 25th of November is an important day for ITF affiliates worldwide. It marks the day that the ITF family campaigns for the elimination of violence against women.