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News | 08 Mar 2019

International call for release of Kenyan trade union leaders

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), representing 18 million workers in 147 countries, is calling for the immediate release of Moses Ndiema,...

News | 01 Mar 2019

ITF affiliates aim for better jobs in the civil aviation sector

Affiliates met for the first time since the ITF Congress in Singapore last October, under the chairmanship of Joseph Tiberi from the International Association of...

News | 16 Jan 2019

ITF supports air traffic controllers affected by US government shutdown

Air traffic controllers are among the thousands of US workers impacted by the stand-off between the President and Congress, resulting from disagreements on public...

News | 12 Dec 2018 Press Release

One year on, Ryanair still needs to stabilise its industrial relations

On 15 December 2017, under immense pressure from workers and facing looming challenges to its growth plans and corporate governance, Ryanair announced that it would...

News | 20 Jul 2018

ITF and ETF mark important step towards a fair deal for Ryanair workers in Germany

"I applaud our affiliate union ver.di on signing a recognition deal with Ryanair. This is an important first step towards improving pay and conditions for...

News | 29 Mar 2018

Ryanair against right to strike

The ITF/ETF fundamentally questions Ryanair’s attempt to replace striking workers.   The deployment of workers to break a strike constitutes a serious attack on...

Campaigns | 04 Jan 2018

End the lockout for Fiji airport workers

Air Terminal Services (ATS) provides ground handling at the Nadi International Airport and employs 250 workers. This includes baggage handling, check in,...