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News | 14 Oct 2021 Press Release

UK, Germany, Switzerland, and EU prolonging supply chain misery by opposing vaccine waiver, global transport unions tell governments

Over 375 trade unions, representing over 12 million transport workers from 118 countries around the world submit letter to heads of governments Letter submitted...

News | 14 Sep 2021

LGBTI+ transport workers can benefit from new inclusivity resource

Transport workers who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI+) stand to benefit from a new resource Fighting for equality: Trade Unions...

News | 01 Sep 2021

Remembering John Coombs

Paddy Crumlin ITF President, MUA National Secretary On behalf of the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)...

News | 22 Aug 2021 Press Release

New ILO-supported health and safety app welcomed by dockers’ unions

Port workers who download the OSH Ports app and complete the short course can then take an assessment and receive an official completion certificate. The app is...

News | 30 Jun 2021

LGBT+ transport workers need solidarity, not ‘rainbow capitalism’

Attitudes to sexual orientation and gender identity have changed for the better all over the world in the last two decades, towards openness and acceptance. For the...

News | 20 Jun 2021 Press Release

Arbitrary quarantine of dockers in Northern Australia set a dangerous precedent, ITF calls for their immediate release

The Northern Territory’s Department of Health has gone beyond its authority — and scientific sense — in locking 13 dockers in quarantine. The action sets a...

News | 20 May 2021

TRIPS waiver will save millions of lives, governments must act now

The world’s transport unions today have demanded that governments across the world support waiving intellectual property rights at the World Trade Organization...

News | 17 May 2021

ITF stands in solidarity with the people of Palestine, calls on Israel to halt attacks

Israel must immediately stop attacks on Palestinian territories which have already killed hundreds of innocent people, including children, said the International...