ITF organising informal transport workers

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Precarious workers

ATGWU’s innovative mobile money dues collection initiative

Can technology transform worker organisations? In Uganda, ATGWU have revolutionised the age-old pencil and paper system into a modern dues-collection platform that now has a steady stream of member subscribers. Click here to find out how they’ve used a mobile… Continue Reading →

Nairobi BRT: labour impact assessment

The Nairobi bus rapid transit: labour impact assessment was commissioned by the ITF as part of the OUR public transport programme, which aims to “promote quality public transport and inclusive cities in Africa, including decent jobs, a just transition for informal… Continue Reading →

ITF new resource for organising precarious transport workers

Last minute shift changes, casual contracts, agency fees, poor wages: sound familiar? These are just some of the issues being faced by precarious workers in the transport sector. Precarious workers now make up around 50% of the transport industry workforce…. Continue Reading →

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