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News | 25 Jan 2023

Ukraine: Solidarity Strengthened by Conflict

On the 24 February 2022, the world was shocked and saddened when the Russian Federation attacked Ukraine. While defences were mobilised, and women and children fled...

News | 20 Nov 2022 Press Release

Breakthrough on loss and damage, attempts to sideline labour standards

The global climate summit, COP27, concluded today with a breakthrough on the Global South’s decades-long call for a fund to pay for climate-related loss and...

News | 17 Nov 2022 Press Release

Unions urge Maersk’s return to negotiating table as Australian court blocks controversial Svitzer tug lockout

Unions have welcomed a strong rebuke of Maersk-owned Svitzer Australia by the Fair Work Commission after the court blocked the company’s planned lockout of its...

News | 10 Nov 2022 Press Release

International dockers’ movement celebrates Liverpool dockers’ victory

After a hard-fought struggle, dockers in Liverpool have won an industrial pay dispute against port operator Mersey Docks and Harbour Company Limited (MDHC). Seven...

News | 02 Nov 2022

IDC and ITF stand together with Unite the Union for dockers' rights at Port of Liverpool

Joint ITF Dockers - IDC Press Release The International Dockworkers' Council (IDC) and the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) have jointly sent a...

News | 31 Oct 2022

Dockers’ union leader wins prestigious Admiral of the Ocean Sea award

International Longshoreman’s Association (ILA) President Harold J Daggett, one of the largest ITF Dockers’ affiliates, has been presented with the Admiral of...

News | 27 Oct 2022

The Dockast - Episode 3: What young workers want – with guests Jack Boutros and Aarin Moon

What’s stopping young people from joining a union? Is big tech a big threat to workers? And can you hear an ‘air quote’ through a podcast…?🤔 Answering...

News | 29 Sep 2022

Maritime Workers' Survey

An opportunity to have your say on the big issues facing our maritime industries.