At the 6th Ordinary Congress of the European Transport Workers’ Federation in Budapest – an occasion to take stock of past work and decide on future priorities – the ETF recommits to its vision for Fair Transport.
Given the enormous challenges transport workers face in their everyday lives, their fight for health & safety, fair pay, decent working conditions, and dignity in general, it is now more important than ever to step up the fight, take initiative and face the ongoing and looming challenges head on:
These challenges and more will be given priority over the next five years, guided by the ETF’s vision for Fair Transport:
Fair transport is an inclusive vision for social, just, and environmentally sustainable transport, a destination:
It is inclusive of and actively supports young and women transport workers, black transport workers, migrant transport workers, transport workers of colour and ethnic minorities, LGBTQI+ transport workers, and transport workers with disabilities, both in the labour market and society.
The ETF will continue the fight for fair and decent working and social conditions throughout Europe and the strengthening of campaigning, organising and training support for our affiliates.
To this end, the work programme of the ETF will focus on the following three pillars for the next five years: