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ITF повідомляє про тривожну кількість випадків залишення моряків на борту суден

У 2023 році ITF працювала зі 129 випадками покинутих суден.

Problems with welfare, payment, and maintenance at ELEEN SOFIA

The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) reports that it is currently working with Australian authorities to resolve a case of crew abuse, wage theft and appalling conditions aboard a bulk carrier owned by a Bulgarian company. The vessel is also under the arrest of Australian border guards and is detained in Gladstone.

Survey: your vote matters!

Women make up only about 2% of the global maritime workforce.

Criminalisation: An International Issue

Find out more about how the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) is tackling the unfair treatment of seafarers following incidents and suspected maritime crimes

DATA ANALYTICS IN ACTION: HOW ITF INSPECTORATE DATA HOLDS COMPANIES RESPONSIBLE FOR PROTECTING RIGHTS IN MARITIME SUPPLY CHAINS

Comment article by Seth Payer, Head of Data and Research at the International Transport Workers' Federation

Solidarity Beyond Borders: European Trade Unions Support Ukraine

The Marine Transport Workers' Trade Union of Ukraine (MTWTU) participated in the Trade Union Summit for Ukraine organized by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC). It took place on April 22-23 in Lublin (Poland) and brought together about 120 representatives of various European trade unions.

Ukrainian Maritime Forum

The Marine Transport Workers’ Trade Union of Ukraine, with the support of the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the State Service for maritime, inland waterway transport and shipping of Ukraine, has the honor to announce the Ukrainian Maritime Forum.

Why is the Dali ship crew still stuck on board in the Baltimore Harbor?

Two weeks after the Dali cargo ship crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. The Key Bridge collapsed early morning on March 26, killing six people who had been working on the bridge.

ITF Inspectorate Team Expanded: Charged and Ready

Eleven more ITF Inspectors have undergone the Induction Program in the ITF House in London, UK. They are now fully prepared to embrace their new roles and fight for the rights of seafarers worldwide while fostering solidarity with global trade unions and maritime stakeholders.

Double Bookkeeping, або подвійна бухгалтерія

Ще один вид обману та обкрадання моряків

The shameful abandonment of seafarers

An increasing number of sailors are being abandoned by their vessels’ owners, left stuck on board sometimes for months or even years.

Seafarers’ Lives Matter

The International Bargaining Forum’s (IBF) Warlike Operations Area Committee (WOAC) has unanimously agreed to designate the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden ‘Warlike’ to emphasise the seriousness of the situation.

Supporting Transport Workers - MTWTU members

At the MTWTU's initiative and with the assistance of the ITF-ETF SOLIDARITY FUND, Ukrainian transport workers, MTWTU members, will receive assistance in the form of 1,500 food sets.

ITF Seafarers' Trust: Helping Cadets - Investment in Future

For many years, Ukraine has been a leader in training maritime personnel for the international labour market. A number of the best shipping companies employ Ukrainian cadets and train young and prospective seafarers to work on their vessels.

SEAFARER SAFETY IN THE RED SEA MUST COME FIRST

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) says not enough has been done to guarantee the safety of seafarers in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, and the loss of life following the Houthi attack on M/V True Confidence is a tragedy because of that.

ITF CONDEMNS TRAGIC SEAFARER DEATHS IN THE GULF OF ADEN

No delivery window is worth the loss of seafarers’ lives. We call on the industry to divert ships around the Cape of Good Hope until safe transit through the Red Sea can be guaranteed.

Saudi Arabia's shipowner is bankrupt

Seafarers try to survive after being abandoned by a Saudi company on several Bahrain-registered vessels

Joint statement by the International Transport Workers' Federation and the Joint Negotiating Group

The International Bargaining Forum (IBF) social partners are increasingly concerned about the actions taken by Houthi forces that are threatening the safety of transiting seafarers and vessels.

MLC, 2006 - protecting seafarers' rights

The MLC, 2006 is an important international instrument that sets out labour rights standards for seafarers around the world. The lack of uniform international standards has previously led to serious social and safety issues. The Convention has become an important step in the fight against discrimination, exploitation and inequality among seafarers, paving the way for monitoring and enforcement of their labour rights.

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