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News | 05 Feb 2019

Union office for Alsa-National Express to open in Tangier

ITF union the UMT has announced the launch of its first union office in Tangier dedicated to organising workers at the multinational transport company Alsa....

News | 05 Feb 2019 Press Release

ITF and ETF welcome announcement that Ryanair chairman will step down

The announcement, which comes alongside the company’s poor quarterly results, follows a period in which Mr Bonderman has been heavily criticised by trade unions...

News | 01 Feb 2019

Bus Rapid Transit labour assessment launched

The ITF has launched a ground-breaking report by the Global Labour Institute looking at the impact on public transport workers of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)...

News | 29 Jan 2019

Iran: ITF speaks out on targeting of activists

The action came as the ITF general secretary, Stephen Cotton, called on the Iranian president to end the targeting of trade union activists. In a letter to Hasan...

News | 25 Jan 2019 Press Release

ITUC joins opposition to BHP’s decision to end 100 years of Australian shipping

BHP Billiton the Anglo-Australian multinational mining company headquartered in Australia has dumped its Australian crew from two vessels that carried iron ore from...

News | 24 Jan 2019 Press Release

Turkish union wins important agreement with DHL Express

Stephen Cotton, ITF general secretary, said: Signing the CLA today is a big achievement that Tümtis has fought hard to get. The acknowledgement of trade union...

News | 22 Jan 2019

Rail unions organise at the ITF

The officials met at ITF House, London, to discuss tactics for organising in private rail companies. The aim of the workshop was to explore possible solidarity...

News | 21 Jan 2019

Metro workers win in ownership battle

Line 9 has been operated by the French companies RATP Dev and Transdev, making it the only privately-run main Seoul metro line. However, last week Seoul city...