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Transport is the one of the most segregated industrial sectors, with only 25% of the EU workforce represented by women. The ETF believes that the challenges for transport unions reside in addressing the feminisation of workforce in transport, by unionising women in the emerging sectors and companies, by developing strategies to tackle low quality employment, by mainstreaming the gender dimension in trade union policies and collective bargaining, by dealing with segregation and by improving working conditions and tackling pay-gaps, by achieving gender balance representation in union structures and negotiation bodies, by improving participation of women in all aspects of trade union life and by disseminating information on ETF gender action amongst trade unionists.
21 Sep 2016
ETF welcomes EP plenary vote on the Balas report “Social dumping in the EU”
On 14 September the European Parliament adopted in plenary the EP resolution on “Social dumping in the European Union” with 66% votes in favour.
ETF welcomes the recognition by Members of the European Parliament from across Europe – West, East,...
12 Sep 2016
A new Europe for people, planet and prosperity
ETF joins 176 European and national civil society organisations and trade unions in supporting a joint statement called “a new Europe for people, planet and prosperity for all”. It aims to draw attention to the urgent need to reflect on fundamental...