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News | 15 Mar 2021

Hungry Panda turnaround is the latest victory for gig workers

Hungry Panda riders in Australia are the latest gig economy workers to win better working rights. After weeks of protests over a pay cut which saw over half of...

News | 15 Mar 2021

ITF calls on governments for the swift adoption of new ICAO guidance

With passenger demand continuing its free-fall and prospects for an industry turnaround being hampered by government travel restrictions brought on by new COVID-19...

News | 15 Mar 2021

Argentina limits aircrew exposure to cosmic radiation for the first time

Aviation workers who exceed 6mSv a year of exposure to cosmic radiation are recommended to stop flying under new guidance issued by the government of Argentina, its...

News | 11 Mar 2021 Press Release

Fiji police launch Goundar ferries investigation following ITF human trafficking claims

Transport workers’ unions are welcoming reports that Fijian authorities have launched an investigation into Goundar Shipping’s ongoing abusive treatment of...

News | 10 Mar 2021

Bangkok airport workers protest attack on rights

Workers at Bangkok airport are today protesting ongoing labour abuse at the airport that has stripped them of basic rights, including access to toilets. It has led...

News | 09 Mar 2021 Press Release

Deliveroo riders call out company for pandemic profiteering ahead of IPO

Riders facing poverty pay and dangerous work form global network to highlight Deliveroo’s exploitative business model to investors. Deliveroo and its early...

News | 08 Mar 2021

IWD 2021: How to stand with women working in maritime

Today is International Women’s Day – 8 March. All across the globe, the ITF global family are celebrating the contribution of women transport workers to...

News | 06 Mar 2021

Global Unions appeal to stop the breakdown of democracy in Haiti

Global Unions Joint Statement The dictatorship of the Duvaliers (1957-1986), one of the darkest chapters in the history of the Americas, was marked by thousands...