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16 May 2018
FedEx-TNT plans to sack 361 workers in Italy. We back unions’ fight to save them.
The merger of logistics firms FedEx and TNT continues to wreak havoc on the new supergroup’s workers. As part of the process to integrate the two organisations, company management in Italy wants to dismiss 315 Fedex workers and 46 TNT workers. more >>

 

11 May 2018
Italian dockers strike - ETF sends message of solidarity to struggle for Fair Transport
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25 April 2018
A social fisheries policy for Europe: ETF pushes Commission to protect migrant fishers and implement social partner agreements
Brussels hosts many conferences, expos and political meetings, but there are only a few events that leave every hotel in town fully booked. The Brussels Seafood Expo is one of them. more >>

 

Inland Waterways Social Partners Declaration against VAW 24 April 2018
Unions and employers in inland waterways make joint call for end to violence against women and LGBTQI workers
The social partners for inland waterways (ETF, EBU and ESO) have issued a joint declaration, pledging to fight against the workplace violence faced by women and LGBTQI employees in the sector.  They also call on the EU Institutions and Member States to make the issue a priority, for example by supporting and implementing an ILO Convention on violence and harassment in the world of work.                 more >>

 

Geneva Townhall 20 March 2018
ETF dockers advise Government of Geneva on supermarket robot tax
Switzerland might be hundreds of kilometres from the sea, but that didn’t stop the Grand Council of Geneva asking for advice from the ETF Dockers’ Section. The government of the wealthy Swiss canton is currently debating plans to tax automatic checkouts in supermarkets. To get some expertise from another sector, the Economy Committee of the Genevan parliament invited Livia Spera, ETF Political Secretary for Dockers and Fisheries, to speak about port automation and its consequences. more >>

 

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Unions representing Eurokai workers meet in Rome 8 May 2018
Transport workers launch international cooperation at Eurokai – Europe’s biggest port company
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25 April 2018
MEPs reject liberalisation of road transport sector and demand fair pay for drivers!
The Mobility Package is a major reform of EU rules governing the road transport sector. The Commission made its proposals last year, and today MEPs in the European Parliament Employment Committee voted on amendments to three sections of the Package. more >>

 
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8 May 2018
Transport workers launch international cooperation at Eurokai – Europe’s biggest port company
25 April 2018
MEPs reject liberalisation of road transport sector and demand fair pay for drivers!
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