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Organisers plan building workers' power worldwide

29 Mar 2019
In the context of persistent labour exploitation worldwide, ITF organisers met in Berlin this week to share plans on building workers' power.

ITF and our affiliates receive funding from trade union solidarity support organisations (TUSSOs) to run organising projects in key locations around the world. From engaging young public transport workers in Nepal and supporting outsourced airport workers in Indonesia to organising truck drivers in Palestine, our overarching aim is to challenge poor labour standards and build better workplaces.

With the support of organisations like FNV, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, SASK and Union to Union, ITF will continue to fight for fair pay and working conditions across the globe. Upcoming projects will focus on the road transport corridor in Central Africa and labour standards in the Caribbean tourism sector.

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