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News | 16 Mar 2022 Press Release

The worker’s voice ensures a more practical approach in tackling climate change — new report

Employers and governments are putting too much emphasis on technology to tackle climate change and not enough on workers, new research from the International...

News | 16 Mar 2022

ILO and ICAO agreement flags importance of labour standards in global aviation industry recovery

A new agreement signed today by the global bodies representing the global civil aviation industry and labour recognises the importance of decent labour standards...

News | 15 Mar 2022 Press Release

Pandemic delivers Maersk record profit, but shipping giant is leaving tug workers behind

15 March 2022, Copenhagen Record profits being announced today by AP Moller-Maersk risk not being shared fairly with workers who delivered the company its...

News | 11 Mar 2022 Press Release

Migrant fishers’ injuries linked to excessive hours culture that prevails under Ireland’s flawed work permit scheme

A number of injuries sustained by migrant fishers are being linked to a culture of excessive hours underpinned by a controversial work permit scheme currently under...

News | 07 Mar 2022

International Women's Day 2022: ITF launches Sanitation Rights Toolkit

On International Women’s Day 2022, we are excited to announce the launch of our Sanitation Rights Toolkit. #IWD2022 The toolkit contains resources for transport...

News | 03 Mar 2022 Press Release

Qatar signs new agreement with ITF on transport worker rights

The Ministry of Labour of Qatar today signed a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the ITF and, with worker-management committees, it takes another leap...

News | 03 Mar 2022 Press Release

ITF Dockers unite against Putin’s Ukraine invasion

Following last week’s call from transport unions for an immediate ceasefire to the conflict in Ukraine, the global labour movement and international community has...

News | 02 Mar 2022

The Work of Informal Transport Workers: Essential yet exploited - a conversation with Alana Dave

 The following interview is taken from Global Labour Rights Reporter, from International Lawyers Assisting Workers. You can read the full journal, or this piece...