Abena Oppong-Asare MP speaking at UNISON women's conference. Credit to Rosie Powell

Women’s health at work is a UNISON priority says conference

Delegates passed several motions on women’s health at work and heard a speech from Abena Oppong-Asare MP, Labour shadow minister for women’s health

Speakers to an emergency motion on Gas at UNISON's national women's conference

UNISON women pass emergency motion on Gaza

Delegates condemn statement from Israel’s national security minister that the army must shoot anyone approaching the border, including women and children

Christina McAnea addressing UNISON's women's conference

Christina McAnea lauds women who helped win NI peace

General secretary addresses UNISON’s women’s conference and says: “We must speak up for women’s issues”

UNISON centre sign

Donate to medical charities leading the emergency response in Gaza

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has declared the entire population of Gaza at imminent risk of famine

Christina McAnea stands in front of UNISON banner with UNISON Scotland members

UNISON joins Cheltenham rally to defend the right to strike

The Minimum Service Levels Act could restrict the right to strike for over five million workers

UNISON delegation at ETUC rally in Brussels

UNISON joins Brussels protest against austerity

“We are marching united with unions from across the European continent in a powerful display against austerity and for a fair deal for workers”

Portrait of Tony Wright, NEC member and chair of the UNISON policy development and campaign committee

Blog: Reflecting on a week at COP28 in Dubai

Tony Wright, chair of UNISON’s policy development and campaign committee, attended the COP28 as part of the International Trade Union Confederation delegation

Home health care worker and an elderly couple

UNISON publishes report on the future of the minimum wage

The new collection of essays looks at how the minimum wage could evolve

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

LV= announced as exclusive home, travel and pet insurance provider

LV= is extending its insurance offering to UNISON members

West Yorkshire hospital workers win re-banding and thousands of pounds in back pay 

The victory marks the latest success in UNISON’s Pay Fair for Patient Care campaign, which has seen re-banding wins across the country

UNISON wins huge settlement for school meals workers

UNISON forced catering company Dolce to pay workers thousands of unpaid wages after cutting their hours

The entrance of the Supreme Court

Q&A: Who could be entitled to thousands in unpaid wages?

UNISON’s head of legal services, Shantha David, explains what the union’s recent Supreme Court victory means for workers

Sue Ryles, John McDonnell and Claire Stanhope hold Stars In Our Schools signs

Stars in Our Schools goes to Parliament

School support staff had the opportunity to share their experiences with politicians

Mother and baby

Survey reveals impact on families of low maternity pay

Statutory maternity pay, at 47% of the national living wage and 37% of women’s median incomes, is forcing new mothers back to work early or into debt

UNISON attends PSI conference in Geneva

UNISON president Libby Nolan led the union’s delegation to the 31st PSI conference in Geneva