There are lots of fake job adverts being targeted at cruise ship workers at the moment. Please double-check.
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ILO has established new global standards aimed at ending violence and harassment in the world of work.
The statement instead urged employers and governments to engage with unions and to protect workers' rights during the pandemic.
The International Maritime Organisation and the World Tourism Organisation issued a joint statement in support of the cruise industry's safe re-start
There is a scam letter circulating to RCCL crew. Below you can see a picture of the letter.
NSU activities are cancelled for 2020
As the cruise industry and unions near completion of the repatriation of almost 250,000 seafarers, the ITF warns of challenges ahead.
Please note that, because of COVID-19 restrictions, some of the events listed will be online only.
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This section is about the activities of the union.
Here are some links to our social media and some international organisations that may be helpful.
Why are we called the Norwegian Seafarers Union when we represent seafarers from all over the world?
These are the three most senior elected officials of the Norwegian Seafarers' Union.
Norwegian Seafarers' Union (NSU) is a trade union for seafarers in the cruise industry, fisheries, cargo ships around the world. Our aim is to improve working conditions for seafarers across the shipping industry. We are affiliated to the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF).
We were established in 2003 with support from the ITF. The centre aims to provide a space where seafarers can feel at home.
Here are the recruitment pages for cruise companies covered by our CBAs.
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