Vacancies October 24, 2022
News October 21, 2022
One month after the ETF’s largest-ever conference dedicated to aviation workers, the Civil Aviation Section (CAS) members approved a statement presenting workers’ critical demands for the sector to move forward after the 2022 summer crisis while recovering after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Statement October 20, 2022
Tomorrow, Transport Ministers will meet to discuss the future of EU rail. Ahead of their meeting, the ETF underlines the lack of decent jobs, which is driving workers out of the industry and warns against the European Commission’s push for liberalisation.
News October 17, 2022
Proud of our Polish aviation affiliate, TOZPliN, for the successful trade union information campaign organised for LOT Polish Airlines pilots and cabin crew, despite all the obstacles on the way!
Opportunity to Tender October 14, 2022
Under the EU co-funded action ‘Pillars of the Sea 3: Project implementing part of the SSDC Work Programme roadmap towards socially sustainable fishing,’ we are looking for four external experts
Press Release October 14, 2022
News October 11, 2022
Public transport workers in Geneva will go on strike for pay justice.
Ensuring a socially sustainable sector should be an EU priority; therefore, it’s time to put an end to the CBER.
News October 7, 2022
On World Day for Decent Work, the European Transport Workers’ Federation puts the spotlight on logistics workers: the invisible workers behind our supply chains in a rapidly growing and worryingly unregulated logistics sector.
Statement October 5, 2022
Transport workers’ conditions are at an all-time low while the cost of living is at an all-time high, bringing a new wave of strikes in transport. Transport workers are determined to get their due: improved working conditions and fair pay to cope with the cost-of-living crisis.
News October 4, 2022
Belgium’s rail workers are on strike this October 5 to call on the government to invest in rail.
News September 28, 2022
The European Commission’s intention to drastically reduce – even ban – bottom-contacting fishing gears is no secret. But the implications of such a decision are often disregarded. The ETF favours more sustainable fisheries, as fishers – the true guardians of the sea – are fully aware that the sustainability of fish stocks and the marine ecosystem is vital in preserving their income and jobs.