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“Why don’t you just leave him?” is a common response to women struggling with an abusive partner. But it’s not as easy as that. Cultural oppression and financial dependence can often stop Indian women from escaping their tormentors, as a number of brave survivors explain in this film. Often, the workplace offers respite and support, as well as financial independence. What we should be asking in response to these women is:

what is our collective role as a society to stop this injustice?





Resources 08 May 2024

An ITF Toolkit: Organising for Power in the Caribbean

We hope that this organising toolkit, designed and supported by our leaders in the region, will be the catalyst to grow the union movement locally, inspire a new generation of union members to join

Our voice our stories

Short explanatory text here talking to ITF impacts spanning the global, regional and sector specific to show why it matters and why the work of ITF is so important and needed for a fairer, more just world.
Impact stories

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
Impact stories

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