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News | 02 Nov 2018

ITF Congress: Paddy Crumlin and Stephen Cotton re-elected

Mr Cotton’s selection was welcomed by a standing ovation from the 2,400 participants from 140 countries at the 44th ITF Congress in Singapore, 14-20 October...

News | 16 Oct 2018

Historic 44th ITF Congress, the first in Southeast Asia

The ITF Congress will include participants from around 140 countries, representing over 600 transport unions with more than 19 million members. It is set to be the...

News | 13 Oct 2018 Press Release

Historic 44th ITF Congress, the first in Southeast Asia

The ITF Congress will include participants from around 140 countries, representing over 600 transport unions with more than 19 million members. It is set to be the...

News | 05 Oct 2018

ITF to sign ground-breaking agreement at 44th Congress on the future of work and training for workers

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) will sign an important agreement at its 44th Congress in Singapore to research the future of work in every...

News | 03 Oct 2018 Press Release

ITF to sign ground-breaking agreement at 44th Congress on the future of work and training for workers

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) will sign an important agreement at its 44th Congress in Singapore to research the future of work in every...

News | 31 Dec 2017

A new year message from the ITF general secretary

2017 brought us challenges, but I am in no doubt that we are stronger now than we were a year ago. While globally we continue to be faced with economic and...

News | 16 Nov 2017

ITF voices workers’ demands at global climate talks

They are participating in the UN intergovernmental negotiations on climate change – COP23 – in Bonn, Germany from 6-17 November. In its statement for COP23,...

News | 11 Jul 2017

ITF helps spotlight sustainable development  

Spotlight on Sustainable Development 2017 highlights how privatisation, public-private partnerships and the growing influence of corporate bodies over governments...