This section is for retired members. Our retired members’ group works closely with other member groups on almost every issue that affects workers in the UK, as well as fighting for quality public services, on which many older people rely.
UNISON retired members have a wealth of experience and knowledge that make them a valuable part of UNISON campaigns.
Retired Member Delegates Attending 2017/18 UNISON self-organised group conferences
UNISON rule D 6.8 allows for the National Retired Members’ Organisation to send two representatives to each of the National Self-Organised Group Conferences.
Currently, the National Retired Members’ Committee on behalf of the National Retired Members’ Organisation will be seeking two representatives to attend the 2018 UNISON Black Members’ Conference being held in Liverpool from 19 – 21 January and two representatives to attend the 2018 UNISON Women’s Conference being held in Liverpool from 1 – 3 February.
Travel costs, expenses and accommodation will be met from national funds.
Black retired members and Women retired members interested in attending will be asked to submit a supporting statement of not more than 200 words by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Colin Derrig, National Retired Members’ Officer, MPU, UNISON Centre, 130 Euston Road, London NW1 2AY no later than Friday 29 September 2017.
The statements will be considered by the National Retired Members’ Committee at its meeting on Wednesday 11October and the representatives attending the 2018 UNISON Black Members’ Conference and 2018 UNISON Women’s Conference will be informed as soon as possible after that date.
This section is about the key issues affecting retired members. Each key issue explains the facts behind the issue, what UNISON is doing and how you can get involved. You will also find news articles, useful resources and events.
Retired members meet as a self-organised group at branch, regional and national level. Find out what the different groups do and how they are organised.