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News | 23 Apr 2019 Press Release

ITF secures major agreement to protect migrant workers in the Irish fishing industry

Johnny Hansen, ITF Fisheries’ Section Chair today welcomed the settlement: “The agreement with the Irish government is welcome progress that has real potential...

News | 23 Apr 2019

Bangladeshi union wins as government agrees to demands

ITF-affiliate the Bangladesh Naujan Shramik Federation (BNSF) has suspended strike action after the government promised to implement the union federation’s...

News | 22 Apr 2019

ITF statement on the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka

“Our thoughts and prayers first and foremost are with the people of Sri Lanka and the relatives and friends of the victims – the ITF family stands with...

News | 17 Apr 2019 Press Release

A year on from its first crew strikes, Ryanair still has to clean up its act

Easter weekend 2018 saw Ryanair cabin crew walk off the job for the first time in the company’s 30 year history. In the following months, workers assembled in...

News | 16 Apr 2019

‘Ground-breaking’ report: Technological change and justice for women public transport workers

The ITF has launched a major report into the ‘The impact of the future of work for women in public transport’ .  Focusing on five cities, the ITF-commissioned...

News | 16 Apr 2019

Unions unite to strengthen support for maritime workers across Latin America

The meeting in Cartagena last week culminated with the launch of the ITF Latin American Contact Network, extending the ITF’s commitment to providing support to...

News | 15 Apr 2019

Take action in solidarity with Uber riders around the world! 

Global ride-hailing company Uber is one of the world leaders for attacking workers’ rights.   It cuts corners on employment standards and is under legal...

News | 12 Apr 2019

Irish crew force Stobart Air to the negotiating table

Until now, Stobart has refused to consider even recognising a union, let alone entering into full collective bargaining on cabin crew pay and working conditions....