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Ryanair planes 8 August 2018
Open Letter: Stop social dumping in the air industry!
Following the strikes and our fight against the anti-social practices of Ryanair, please find attached an Open Letter to stop social dumping in the air industry. more >>

 

25 July 2018
‘This is justice for DHL workers in Turkey’: DHL Express Turkey agrees to recognise local union Tümtis after long struggle
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) have welcomed the news that DHL Turkey and the union Tümtis have started negotiations on a collective labour agreement (CLA). The talks were confirmed on Monday in a joint statement by the ITF and DHL. more >>

 

24 July 2018
An ETF plea for a human-centred approach to automation in shipping
The European institutions and marine manufacturers are playing a very active role in driving forward innovation and the development towards autonomous ships and fully integrated transport systems.... more >>

 

Livia Spera speaks at ports Symposium 9 July 2018
ETF dockers call for joined-up thinking from port authorities
On 28 June 2018 the ETF Dockers section was invited to speak at the PortEconomics.eu symposium on European Port Policy. As unions are not always given a voice in similar events, we were pleased to share our thoughts! Our focus was the way port policies and governance should address the future of dockwork. more >>

 

6 July 2018
Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive: ETF strongly opposes exclusion of seafarers and fishermen from EU labour and social legislation
Seafarers and fishermen are often denied basic social rights that are granted to onshore workers. Now they could once again pay a heavy price. As part of the European Pillar of Social Rights, the European Commission has developed a proposal for a Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive. This is a broad package of rules, which aims to grant all workers in Europe equal opportunities and access to the labour market, fair working conditions, and social protection and inclusion. The hope is especially to support those working in precarious conditions. Shamefully, when adopting their general approach, Member States decided to exclude these categories of workers from a number of provisions without any clear justification. more >>

 

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Ryanair planes 8 August 2018
Open Letter: Stop social dumping in the air industry
Following the strikes and our fight against the anti-social practices of Ryanair, please find attached an Open Letter to stop social dumping in the air industry. more >>

 

25 July 2018
ETF and ITF stand in solidarity with striking Ryanair workers
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) support Ryanair cabin crew taking industrial action on 25 and 26 July. more >>

 
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8 August 2018
Open Letter: Stop social dumping in the air industry
25 July 2018
ETF and ITF stand in solidarity with striking Ryanair workers
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