Green UNISON logo with a graphic tree

UNISON’s response to Labour’s new Green Prosperity Plan

‘Unlike the Conservative government in Westminster that sleepwalks from one crisis to another, it’s encouraging to see Labour making the vital issue of climate change a priority’

UNISON NDC Conference 2023

Conference continues debate on the cost of living

Three motions on the issue were debated on Friday morning – including the effect on Black workers and renters

Rosie MacGregor moving a motion on care at NDC 2023, Liverpool

Care dominates debate at national delegate conference

What’s happening with adult social care in England and the devolved nations, provided a comprehensive debate on day two of national delegate conference

Professor Lynn Sudbury-Riley at 2023 NDC

Conference urged to fight for truth and justice in COVID inquiry

Delegates heard from Professor Lyn Sudbury-Riley about her work with COVID Bereaved Families for Justice, as the pandemic public inquiry began

Mayor of Liverpool opens UNISON’s energy conference

Steve Rotherham spoke to delegates about the efforts being made in his region to decarbonise industry and green the economy

Christina McAnea introduces new energy report at conference

The general secretary said UNISON is ‘warning once again – about the elitist energy economy this government is creating’

Jon Richards opens UNISONs annual Water Energy and Transport conference in Liverpool 2023

Water, environment and transport conference held in Liverpool

Environment Agency pay was high on the agenda, following the recent dispute and the government’s pay offer

Support Guaranteed: The roadmap to a national care service

A new report from the Fabian Society was launched at Westminster last week

UNISON Fair Pay in The Environment Agency Image

EA workers renew strike mandate

For the second time in this dispute over the 2022/23 pay offer, members at the agency voted to take industrial action

Rise up to get pay up, Council and school pay 2023

The numbers behind council and school pay

What does the employers’ offer actually mean for council and school workers?

SWs and OTs working at South Gloucestershire council on the picket line outside their council building

South Gloucestershire workers continue strike dispute

Social workers and occupational therapists are taking their fourth and fifth days of strike action this week

Cuts since 2010 have cost pupils £5,000 each in lost education

Independent analysis, commissioned by UNISON, shows the cumulative effect on each pupil of Conservative cuts to school funding

NHS workers must now get their money as soon as possible, says UNISON

Following the majority union vote in favour of accepting the government’s pay offer at the NHS staff council today (Tuesday), ministers and employers must ensure health workers get their money as soon as possible, says UNISON.

Health conference stage background: a green themed graphic which says One Team Fighting for out future, a TV in front of the background shows a similar graphic with the same words.

Recruitment, retention and registration discussed at health conference

UNISON’s health conference finished with debates on a variety of motions with implications on recruitment and retention

health conference stands to mark international workers memorial day

Health conference asks why ambulance staff aren’t an emergency service

Conference debates ambulance and privatisation issues and discusses how to make the union ‘ballot ready’