Fair Transport for Europe!

European transport workers are standing up to demand quality jobs for transport workers, and a safe, reliable service. Coordinated actions by unions across Europe will show the strength of our movement against exploitation and unfair competition. That’s the Fair Transport Europe campaign.

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Fair Transport Europe is a campaign of the European Transport Workers’ Federation, which represents over 5 million transport workers across the continent.

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In less than 2 months, the Fair Transport campaign of the European Transport Workers’ Federation will reach a rip-roaring conclusion. Between 22 and 27 March, European transport workers will organise a transnational action week. Culminating in a huge joint demonstration in Brussels on Wednesday 27 March, an unbreakable chain of actions and events across Europe will […]

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Members of FNV Havens – a Dutch ETF affiliate – from the container and lashing sectors gathered to demand that employers and institutions take urgent action to make sure that port jobs are quality jobs. In preparation of the European action week for our Fair Transport campaign that will take place in March, FNV Havens […]

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FNV wins two lawsuits against Deliveroo

January 15, 2019 - 16:20

Today the court in Amsterdam ruled in two lawsuits filed by trade union FNV against food delivery company Deliveroo. The judge upheld the FNV’s claims in both cases. The union filed a lawsuit against Deliveroo because the company engaged in bogus self-employed. In 2018, the company decided that all couriers had to become become freelancers […]

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On 10 January the Transport Committee of the European Parliament will hold a hugely important vote. Their agreement about the EU Mobility Package will have a major impact on bus and truck drivers’ work and rest schedules, on their wages, and on the safety of all road users in Europe. Ahead of this vote, the […]

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On 12-13 December, the ETF Youth Committee gathered in Istanbul, Turkey, to discuss the challenges facing young transport workers across Europe. As part of our Fair Transport campaign, the committee also met with a delegation of young Turkish workers. Hailing from different parts of the transport sector, 10 highly-committed young workers representing ETF-affiliated unions BTS, […]

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🤔 DID YOU KNOW? Today is the world day of #SocialJustice. 🎉✊📣💪

Working people built this world, and transport workers keep it moving. We all deserve respect. ❤️ Lets stand together for decent pay and conditions, dignity at work and #FairTransport!

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🤔 DID YOU KNOW? Today is the world day of #SocialJustice. 🎉✊📣💪

Working people built this world, and transport workers keep it moving. We all deserve respect. ❤️ Let's stand together for decent pay and conditions, dignity at work and #FairTransport!

❓ What does social justice mean to you?
❓ Does your country treat workers with respect?
❓ How could Europe be more fair?
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Try to work like us in eastern Europe. We are like slawes. Crosing Hungarian borders whole day, hungarian zoll humiliates us, and then driving al araund the Europe four the half money you other western Europe truck drivers earn. End then in western Europe everubody seas us like low life humans. There is no "fair transport" for us…

Last Friday, Irish 🇮🇪 and UK 🇬🇧 unions SIPTU, National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) and Nautilus International held protests on both sides of the Irish Sea. Irish Ferries’ continues to navigate around the Irish national minimum wage by using fellow seafarers from countries where labour is much cheaper. We want fair wages for all seafarers working on the Irish Sea. That's #FairShipping ! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/unions-protest-for-decent-wages-for-seafarers-on-irish-ferries-1.3787276?fbclid=IwAR3yfuxHbbPDZXzNQC9dtNlDv5qvW1rRHGlG_jlHlbX3Ff4GZCnKAEd5PwY

What's going to happen to our wages, when coveney brings in his , 25 thousand migrants , every year , not only will our wages be lower, but also our standard of living, cheap labour is the only reason they are been brought here. TIME to close our borders

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