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News | 12 Mar 2020

ITF announce plans for Mexico growth

The ITF and its affiliated unions in Mexico have announced a growth plan to ensure the rights of working people are central to transport expansion in the...

News | 12 Mar 2020

Covid-19: Urgent economic stimulus and workplace measures required

The ITF and global union federations have urged governments and employers to urgently act to protect workers, and the global economy and society that depends upon...

News | 11 Mar 2020

ITF and Omani union develop government relationship

The ITF Arab World regional secretary and an ITF-affiliated union have held a key meeting in Oman to build closer relationships with the government. Bilal Malkawi...

News | 11 Mar 2020

Seafarer home after four years thanks to union

An Indian seafarer has finally returned home, four years after being abandoned in Nigeria by his employer. Chetanveer Singh, a third engineer known to his friends...

News | 09 Mar 2020

Breakthrough for aviation workers in India

The Aviation Industry Employees Guild (AIEG), a union for all aviation workers in India, has started welcoming outsourced ground staff as members, after years of...

News | 05 Mar 2020

Podcast: boys and girls jobs

To mark International Women's Day 2020, the ITF has produced a podcast looking at the persistent problem of gender segregation in the transport industry. Jodi...

News | 03 Mar 2020

Indonesian cabin crew declare victory against union-busting

Last August, ITF affiliate Ikatan Awak Kabin Garuda Indonesia (IKAGI) was faced with a serious freedom of association violation when the airline unilaterally ended...

News | 02 Mar 2020

Unions condemn racism of Ryanair boss

In an interview last weekend with the UK Times newspaper, the Ryanair chief executive pinpointed single Muslim men as a particular security threat and called for...