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“I don’t want to change my job, but we must change the company,” one cabin crew says of work at Ryanair.  People are under huge pressure to sell add-ons to passengers and face legal threats if they complain. So, they organised with unions across Europe being brought together by the ITF and the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF). Now they’re making a stand against Ryanair for better pay and decent conditions, and they’re having an impact. “I don’t want to be anonymous,” says another worker.

I’m part of a union. I’m not doing anything bad.







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Rights 4 Riders

Just days after riders announced a global network established by the ITF, #Rights4Riders, to protest the company’s business model, Deliveroo is facing setbacks to its IPO listing on the London Stock
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The Shwe Tun Aung Story

The story of an ordinary Burmese seafarer facing oppression at sea - Burmese Cowboy is the tale of Shwe Tun Aung and his journey around the world, opposing corrupt ship owners and a dangerous