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News | 01 Nov 2019

ITF and Saudi Arabia commit to work closer together to support seafarers

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have committed to work closer together to support seafarers calling in all...

News | 31 Oct 2019

Solidarity with Transdev bus workers

ITF affiliate, the ATU (Amalgamated Transit Union) in the USA, is one of unions representing public transport workers at Transdev.  Bus operators employed at...

News | 29 Oct 2019

Road transport unions vow to collectively fight privatisation, deregulation and liberalisation

On October 15, the ITF Road Transport Section Committee, representing over 2.5 million road transport workers around the world, met in Montreal, Canada, to...

News | 28 Oct 2019

Women’s Advocate Programme expands

The ITF women’s department has joined with affiliates in Bogotá and Buenos Aires to plan the expansion of the ITF Women’s Advocate Programme to Colombia and...

News | 28 Oct 2019 Press Release

ITF calls on Chilean President Piñera to listen to the people or resign

In the most serious unrest since the fall of Augusto Pinochet in 1998, the military and police forces have arrested thousands throughout the country and hundreds...

News | 28 Oct 2019

Caribbean region plans strategy to build workers’ power

Union leaders from countries across the Caribbean have come together to develop a strategy for building transport workers’ power in the region. Over 20 activists...

News | 24 Oct 2019

Rail unions in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan organise for new challenges 

Over forty railway union activists from Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan have come together to share strategies on organising in restructured railway companies. The...

News | 24 Oct 2019

IFJ hosts film screening at ITF House on misuse of global aid

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has hosted the screening of a new film at ITF House exposing how global aid budgets are used to reinforce...