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News | 03 Jun 2019 Press Release

ITF calls for immediate reinstatement of sacked union leaders at Hutchison Ports Pakistan

ITF president and Dockers’ Section chair Paddy Crumlin denounced the treatment and targeting of the leaders of the federation’s newest dockers union: “The...

News | 30 May 2019

Delivery riders forum plans on cleaning up the gig economy

Companies such as Deliveroo, Foodora and Uber Eats have expanded rapidly over the last few years as to meet the increased demand for food delivery. However, this...

News | 30 May 2019

It's time to #ConfrontXPO - join us in solidarity with XPO workers

Join us today to show solidarity with XPO workers worldwide. Since 2015, our affiliate, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters has been campaigning...

News | 29 May 2019

Ukrainian rail activists unite for workshop 

Nearly 40 railway activists have come together in Chernihiv, Ukraine to plan how they can adapt to organise in restructured railway companies.  Women and...

News | 28 May 2019

Activist climbs Everest in ILO convention campaign 

An activist from the ITF-affiliated Union of Trekking, Travel, Rafting and Airlines Workers Nepal (UNITRAV), has climbed Mount Everest to...

News | 24 May 2019

US unions join forces to back IAM Delta campaign

Following endorsements from ITF affiliates in North America, earlier this week the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) became the latest union to publicly support...

News | 23 May 2019 Press Release

ITF calls on Transport Canada to stop ships lashing on the St Lawrence River after seafarer’s death

The Sri Lankan second officer, Ravindu Lakmal Pieris Telge, fell overboard the Maersk containership Patras at approximately 9:30am and despite an extensive search...

News | 23 May 2019 Press Release

Seafarers forced to collect rainwater to survive on board Blumenthal’s LITA

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) today released an appalling photograph onboard the Liberian-registered bulk carrier raising fresh concerns...