Even today, workers across the world face discrimination based on their gender, age, ethnicity, religion, disability, immigration status and sexual orientation. In the male dominated transport industry, women face structural barriers to entry and progression, are more vulnerable to violence and harassment, and are constantly invisibilised in decision making.
Young people are entering a world of work characterised by increased precarity, reduced wages and employment conditions, and more insecure futures. In an increasingly hostile world, migrant workers are more vulnerable to violence, exploitation and fewer protections. And LGBTQI+ workers are still forced to hide their identity.
We're confronting inequality, discrimination and stigma in the workplace. We're exposing injustice and holding those responsible to account, seeking both reconciliation and advancement in the rights of all workers. We value our diversity – whether it’s based on gender, age, ethnicity, religion, disability or sexual orientation – and advocate for equal opportunities, inclusive and democratic decision making and more representative leadership across the transport industry.
CONFRONTING INEQUALITY, DISCRIMINATION + STIGMA
STANDING FOR DIVERSITY, INCLUSION + DEMOCRACY
ENSURING EQUAL RIGHTS + OPPORTUNITIES
We're working to confront all forms of inequality, discrimination and stigma – whether it’s based on gender, age, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation or location.
There is power in diversity. We are building a transport industry with democratic decision- making, representative leadership and a safe world of work.
We're demonstrating the power of our diversity, and taking a stand for inclusive decision-making and representative leadership across the transport industry
We're working to ensure equal rights and opportunities – spotlighting inequities and pursuing justice to protect workers' rights.