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Seafarers win commitment to mandatory internet access in international law

Seafarers’ groups have won the right to mandatory social connectivity for crews –including internet access – in updates to the…

P&O Ferries sackings: unions trigger UN investigation over UK’s failure to enforce laws that protect workers

A number of unions and global union federations have written to the International Labour Organization (ILO — part of the…

ITF : Unions to DP World: call time on costly P&O mess, sack Hebblethwaite

Union leaders from across the globe have descended on the London offices of the Dubai-based owner of P&O Ferries, DP…

ITF President Paddy Crumlin joins -The Dockast

In the second episode of the ITF Young Dockers’ podcast series The Dockast, hosts Nick Loridan (ABBV-BTB Belgium) and Viri Gomez (ILWU…

Drifting mines threaten seafarers’ safe passage in Black Sea

International maritime employers and unions are urging governments to significantly increase efforts to ensure safe and secure passage for vessels…

ITF and ETF condemn P&O mass sacking and outsourcing

Global and European maritime unions have expressed anger and condemnation at breaking news that ferry operator P&O Ferries will move…

ITF Dockers unite against Putin’s Ukraine invasion

Following last week’s call from transport unions for an immediate ceasefire to the conflict in Ukraine, the global labour movement…

Transport unions call for immediate ceasefire and withdrawal of Russian military from Ukraine

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) call for an immediate ceasefire in hostilities,…

Turkish authorities’ seven-month delay in Ukrainian seafarers’ drug import case ‘totally unacceptable’: ITF

Seafarers’ unions are extremely concerned that four Ukrainian nationals have now been detained without charge by Turkish authorities for more…

Svitzer termination bid could risk Australian supply chains, harm Maersk reputation

An application by A.P. Møller–Mærsk’s towage subsidiary, Svitzer, to terminate its collective agreement with its entire Australian workforce could further…

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