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News | 12 Apr 2019

Public transport workers win big in Bulgaria

After months of campaigning, bus and tram drivers at the Sofia Electric Transport and Sofia Bus Transport companies have won their biggest ever pay rise,...

News | 12 Apr 2019 Press Release

ITF kicks off targeted operation against Blumenthal

The targeted operation will see the ITF Inspectorate – a network of 147 inspectors and contacts based in ports all over the world – inspecting and auditing the...

News | 12 Apr 2019

CIS rail unions unite in Georgia   

Rail unions from 14 CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries have come together to share experiences and find ways to work together on railway...

News | 11 Apr 2019

ITF joins call for fundamental rights in Korea 

The ITF is joining a call by Korean workers for their government to ratify core International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions and guarantee...

News | 10 Apr 2019

ITF general secretary discusses safeguarding conditions for Croatia's seafarers

Croatia has been an active maritime nation since the end of the Second World War, giving the country an advantage compared to other Eastern European countries in...

News | 09 Apr 2019

Four crew members kidnapped by pirates off Cameroon

The incident involving Contship Oak occurred on March 30, 2019, is the latest abduction in the Gulf of Guinea, which has become a global hotspot for modern piracy...

News | 03 Apr 2019

ITF supports truck protest in Australian cities 

An ITF delegation has been in Australia to support a massive demonstration by truck drivers.   Trucks converged at points in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth...

News | 03 Apr 2019

Young workers plan for action

The members of the ITF young workers’ committee are meeting for the first time since their election at the ITF Congress to implement the programme of action...