IMPROVING WORKING LIVES & FUTURES
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By sharing our knowledge, experiences, research, tools and other resources, we can focus and unify our action, strengthen our collective voice and amplify our impact, to create a better future for workers, today.
08 Aug 2023
The introduction of new technology and automation by global stevedoring operators and by publicly owned ports is a threat to all dockworkers. This is true whether older ports are partially automated
18 May 2023
In 2016 Ports of Auckland launched an automation programme which it claimed would double the port’s capacity, promising Aucklanders, customers and shareholders safety, environmental, community and
24 Mar 2023
This briefing for investors analyses A.P. Moller – Maersk’s approach to Environmental, Social and Governance issues in the year to March 2023. It highlights examples of good practice which our
31 Jan 2023
Principles for a modern, safe port. Fundamental employer health and safety responsibilities.
15 Sep 2022
ITF leadership was in Liverpool this week to meet the 560 Unite the union Liverpool dockers who are striking for pay justice. The port's owner made £141 million in profit last year - more than its
27 Sep 2021
More in depth Q and A (9-page) explainer on why the world need a TRIPS waiver now, and why a TRIPS waiver is important for transport unions.
27 Sep 2021
Short Q and A (2-page) explainer on the TRIPS waiver and why it matters to transport workers. Help us tell big pharma and governments to stop hoarding vaccines, treatments and diagnostics.
29 Apr 2020
These protocols should be viewed as minimum steps that employers should implement to protect dockers and all workers within the ports.
07 Apr 2020
Covid-19 is issuing the world an unprecedented collective challenge. Across the world – workers, employers and governments - must work together to minimise the damage done.