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News | 03 Oct 2019

Ryanair crew get justice in the Netherlands

Last October Ryanair announced it would close its Eindhoven base, citing the impact of industrial action over the summer. ITF, ETF and our affiliates – including...

News | 02 Oct 2019

ITF launches global news app

The ITF has a launched a new app to deliver the latest news from the ITF directly to smartphones.  The app includes: news alerts from the ITF  personalised...

News | 02 Oct 2019

Skills workshop for women in public transport

Following the groundbreaking ITF research on the impact of the future of work for women in public transport, the first three-day skills development workshop was...

News | 02 Oct 2019

The future is public transport in Mexico

#OurPublicTransport was the theme when 25 participants from five public transport unions from Mexico City and Guadalajara, Mexico got together.  The activists...

News | 01 Oct 2019

Thomas Cook workers also deserve protection and compensation

After a period of precarious finances Thomas Cook went into administration last week, leaving around 150,000 British tourists stranded around the world. In...

News | 01 Oct 2019 Press Release

Transport giant served notice under duty of vigilance law in landmark legal move

French law is being used to force a road transport and logistics multinational to take the necessary steps to stamp out human rights abuses in its supply chain, in...

News | 01 Oct 2019

Women to the fore on World Maritime Day

Organised annually by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the worldwide event focused on gender equality, one of the 17 goals that underpin the United...

News | 30 Sep 2019

Korean Air cleaners declare victory in industrial dispute

The cleaners, represented by the Korean Public Service and Transport Workers’ Union (KPTU), committed to an indefinite period of industrial action in July after...