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News | 16 Apr 2021

ITF Statement in support of Amazon workers, Bessemer Alabama

Last week, the US Federal Government announced that Amazon workers in Alabama did not achieve a majority in the union election at its facility in...

News | 19 Feb 2021

After UK Supreme Court defeat, Uber should abandon its predatory business model globally

Following this morning’s UK Supreme Court ruling that Uber drivers are workers, not self-employed contractors, global union federation representing 20 million...

News | 19 Feb 2021

Deliveroo riders win employment status case in Dutch court

In another ruling against the misclassification of food delivery riders’ employment status, the verdict from the Amsterdam Court of Appeal has confirmed that...

News | 18 Feb 2021

Gig economy companies, legislators must level the playing field for gig workers

Regulation for workers’ rights being considered in the European Union and by courts in the United Kingdom have the potential to level the playing field for...

News | 17 Feb 2021 Press Release

FedEx – Time to deliver for your workers!

FedEx-TNT workers have been left reeling in shock after the multi-billion dollar company announced in January plans to fire 6,000 of its European workforce who have...

News | 09 Feb 2021

Global unions ramp up pressure on governments and corporations to isolate Myanmar military junta

Ten Global Unions representing more than 200 million workers from across the world call on unions globally to ramp up pressure on governments and corporations to...

News | 03 Feb 2021

Deliveroo must act after another rider killed on the job - ITF and ETF

Romulo Sta Ana, a Filipino father of two, is the latest food delivery rider to be killed on the job. He was killed while collecting an order in...

News | 24 Dec 2020

Stranded truck drivers in need of urgent assistance risk spending Christmas in cabs

The hopes of thousands of truck drivers stranded in southeast England spending Christmas with their families have been dashed after UK Transport Secretary Grant...