WORKER WELFARE MUST BE PART OF THE CLIMATE STORY
Victoria Nwakolo is a second-generation railway worker, passionate about Nigeria’s railways as the best way to transport the people and oil vital to the country’s economy. Trains have far lower carbon emissions than alternatives - but investment in sustainable transport should not be at cost of worker welfare.
If the Government looked after the workers, the trains would be better. And better trains will make Nigeria better. I promise and I know.
07 Dec 2023
7 December 2023, Santiago – Delegates from across the world at the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) dockers’ and seafarers’ conferences in Santiago, Chile, joined with Chilean trade
04 Dec 2023
Criminalisation is one of the most serious problems facing seafarers today. When there has been a maritime accident, or a pollution infringement, seafarers have often been detained and denied access
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