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News | 03 Jul 2014 Press Release

Crumlin blasts Aurizon lockout

ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) president Paddy Crumlin today described Australian rail freight operator Aurizon’s lockout of 200 freight...

News | 03 Jul 2014

ITF calls on South Korean government to release railway workers

The ITF last week wrote to the South Korean government to call for the release of three railway workers who have been detained pending trial following a rail...

News | 03 Jul 2014

Protests at plans to exempt ships from New Zealand reflag

The Maritime Union of New Zealand (MUNZ) and Rail and Maritime Transport Union of New Zealand have protested at plans to exclude some ships from a law to reflag...

News | 03 Jul 2014 Press Release

Turkish union secures DHL bargaining deal

The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) and UNI Global Union today congratulated Turkey’s TUMTIS union, which has secured a nationwide collective...

News | 03 Jul 2014

Trade unions must act now on climate change

Twenty activists from 14 countries came together in Johannesburg last week to determine the next steps in the fight against climate change. Participants at the...

News | 03 Jul 2014

New ITF Seafarers app available now

Following on from the success of earlier seafarer apps, the new ITF Seafarers app launched for IOS and Android last week. In March, the ITF launched two separate...

News | 03 Jul 2014

ITF Americas goes digital

The ITF today launched a brand new regional conference website for its forthcoming Latin America and Caribbean conference – the last regional conference in the...

News | 03 Jul 2014

Americas conference sets out model for the future

The conference featured a week of intense work, debate and activities, culminating in the agreement of a strategic work plan for use across the region. This centred...