The replacement of many public transport services by informal transport services has left a vast mass of workers outside union organisation. At the same time the face of the transport industry is changing, we are seeing more women take on traditionally male roles and retail multinationals such as Walmart are setting the scene for workers rights.
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How can ITF unions identify lead companies and new entrants that threaten the established labour standards in the industry?
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How is your union making itself more relevant to women workers and young workers?
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Which alliances should ITF unions make to combat privatisation and promote public transport for all?
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