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Tourism

The ETF works closely with other European Industry Federations in the field of hospitality and services to campaign for the rights of transport and tourism workers. The European Tourism Liaison Committee (ETLC) is the principle body responsible for this coordination.

http://www.etlc-network.eu/



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News online

23 Mar 2017
ETF Solidarity message following the terrorist attack in London
On behalf of more than 3.5 million transport workers from 41 European countries and over 230 trade unions,please accept our expression of solidarity with the British population, the British ETF affiliates, the ITF staff and all those directly and...

23 Feb 2017
Best practice guide on involving young people in trade unions
A joint ETUFs project funded by the European Commission has delivered a compendium of best practices from all over Europe on how to integrate young people into trade unions. The experiences were collected through questionnaires and interviews...
 

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Press releases

26 May 2016
Trade unions back new undeclared work platform
The launch of the European Commission’s ‘Undeclared Work Platform’ on Friday 27 May is a long overdue initiative to tackle the exploitation of workers and unfair competition for law-abiding employers says the European Trade Union Confederation...

02 Apr 2014
Six European Trade Union Federations shock Brussels with flash mob to highlight the critical situation of young workers in Europe
On Wednesday 2 April 2014, in the run up to the European elections in May, European Trade Union Federations’ (ETUF) youth organisations conducted a large flash mob in central Brussels to reinforce their demand that EU institutions and employers put...
 

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Galerie AGORA, Rue du Marché aux Herbes 105, Boîte 11 B - 1000 Bruxelles  |  +32 2 285 46 60   |  etf@etf-europe.org