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News | 09 Dec 2020

ITF Congratulates Namibia for ratifying C190

“The ITF congratulates Namibia for ratifying the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Convention 190 (C190) on Violence and Harassment in the World of...

News | 19 Jan 2021

ITF welcomes Italy’s move to ratify C190

The ITF welcomes news that Italy’s parliament has approved ratification of ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment. This makes it the first European country...

News | 12 Nov 2020

Argentina’s decision to ratify C190 is a victory in the struggle against gender inequality

The ITF applauds the Argentine Chamber of Deputies vote in favour of ratifying the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Convention 190 (C190) on Violence and...

News | 24 Jun 2021

Global trade union movement launches toolkit in campaign to eradicate violence and harassment in the workplace

As the International Labour Organization Convention 190 on violence and harassment in the world of work comes into force on 25 June 2021, global unions are...

News | 26 Mar 2021

Eliminating violence against women requires eliminating it at work

This week was the 65th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. The priority theme this year was “Women's full and effective participation...

Page | 17 Nov 2018

Women and Youth in railways

How ITF is supporting women in the rail industry Railways are a male-dominated industry. Women in the railway industry tend to work in administration, sales,...

Videos | 04 Mar 2020

Women challenging male dominated transport professions

The stories of three inspiring women in Morocco, Argentina, Poland and the Philippines. All three of them are challenging outdated perceptions that there are jobs...

News | 18 Oct 2021

ITF condemns assault on inspector, calls for zero-tolerance towards violence in maritime

An ITF inspector was physically assaulted by a ship’s Master in an unprecedented attack which the Federation says must be condemned. The assault happened onboard...