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News | 11 Jun 2020 Press Release

ITF statement on complaint filed with European Commission by shortsea and feeder ship operators

Via the press the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) [and its affiliates] has heard about a complaint filed with the European Commission’s...

News | 10 Jun 2020

Peruvian dockers win action on Covid-19, PPE

Dock workers at APM Terminals Callao in Peru have succeeded with reaching an agreement with the company and the authorities for Covid-19 coronavirus testing and...

News | 10 Jun 2020

400,000 dockers stand with Seward, Alaska in condemning Possehl Erzkontor and Alaska Logistics

The ITF Dockers, representing 400,000 dock workers worldwide, stand in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in Seward, Alaska, represented by International...

News | 09 Jun 2020

ILA, ILWU dockers stop work to honour George Floyd, call for racial justice

Today thousands of American transport workers from the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the International Longshoremen's Association (ILA) are...

News | 05 Jun 2020

IFALPA-ITF key considerations on workplace safety for the resumption of global air services

As countries around the world re-open their borders to air services after the Covid-19 lockdown, there remains several health, safety and security concerns that...

News | 05 Jun 2020

ITF affiliated unions celebrate centennial anniversary of the Jones Act on 5th June, 2020

ITF affiliated unions in the USA along with hundreds of thousands of seafarers are celebrating 100 years of the Jones Act – the law that requires cargo be moved...

News | 03 Jun 2020

Racial justice is union business, ITF stands committed to the struggle

The murder of George Floyd on 25 May 2020 is the most recent manifestation of the systemic racism, violence and inequality that has oppressed people of colour...

News | 30 May 2020

ITF affiliates in US, Ukraine up pressure on national governments over crew change crisis

The trade union movement is increasing its pressure on governments to address the escalating crew change crisis affecting an estimated 200,000 seafarers is stepping...