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News | 25 Jul 2019

ALSA backtracks on negotiations with UMT

ALSA, a Spanish subsidiary of the British company National Express, has attracted controversy over its treatment of workers in multiple countries. This week an...

News | 08 Jul 2019

ITF and UAE step up cooperation

The ITF has continued its cooperation with the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with a high-level meeting in Dubai. ITF general secretary Stephen...

News | 22 Jun 2019

ITF hails historic convention

The first ever international standard on violence and harassment in the world of work has been adopted at the centenary International Labour Conference (ILC) of the...

News | 21 Jun 2019

Belgian Deliveroo riders demand justice

Following on from the ITF riders’ forum, 28 -29 May in London, the Belgium group Collectif des coursier-e-s / KoeriersCollectief has taken to the streets...

News | 17 Jun 2019

'Anywhere there are transport workers, we'll be there'

Despite the name, the National Union of Seafarers Sri Lanka (NUSS) is not just for seafarers. Since 2018 the NUSS has been organising informal dockworkers and...

News | 30 May 2019

Delivery riders forum plans on cleaning up the gig economy

Companies such as Deliveroo, Foodora and Uber Eats have expanded rapidly over the last few years as to meet the increased demand for food delivery. However, this...

News | 30 May 2019

It's time to #ConfrontXPO - join us in solidarity with XPO workers

Join us today to show solidarity with XPO workers worldwide. Since 2015, our affiliate, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters has been campaigning...

News | 22 May 2019

Live: Stephen Cotton at the International Transport Forum

Ending exploitation in supply chains, sharing ownership of data and public ownership of public transport - just three of the issues ITF general secretary Stephen...