ITWF

AcronymDefinition
ITWFInternational Transport Workers' Federation (London, UK
ITWFInformation Technology Workforce (Program)
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class="firstDean Summers, from the ITWF, said the ship was being held until investigations were complete.
class="firstIn a statement, AMSA confirmed it had received complaints from the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and the ITWF on behalf of the ship's crew members.
"A meeting of embassy representatives and crew will be facilitated, while we will contact the ITWF to call the employer.
The ITWF, a union of unions, met in New York in January to discuss how to fight the ridesharing company, which it claimed was "gutting driver rights and consumer protections." U.N.
SURUR Hod a was international secretary of the civil aviation section of the International Transport Worke rs'Federation (ITWF) for 25 years and an active CND campaigner.
He moved to London in 1962 and three years later joined the ITWF as secretary for railways and civil aviation.
Stewart Howard, from the civil aviation arm of the ITWF, said: "This is all about money.
Backed by the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITWF), the stranded sailors want the go-ahead to sell the ship and go home.
Ken Fleming, from the ITWF, said: "GOL Offshore have appeared and disappeared, appeared and disappeared, and are playing with the legal system.
Around 50 trade unionists belonging to International Transport Workers Federation (ITWF) prevented the MV Normandy from docking at the French port of Cherbourg.
International Transport Workers' Federation (ITWF) inspector Tony Ayton said this was being done because the French transport minister has agreed to talks next week.
The union yesterday hosted an International Transport Workers Federation (ITWF) briefing in Cork to highlight the conditions endured by the east European and African crew on board.