Stand up to racism and fascism on 16 March

Major demonstrations are being organised in Cardiff, Glasgow and London

It’s time to end poverty wages and exploitative practices

‘The only people who will deliver for social care workers are this union,’ conference delegates hear

Community members call for good mental health policies

‘No worker should be hiding their mental health status because of stigma or from fear the employer would not support them’

Solidarity from Southport for striking care workers

UNISON community conference and seminar sends message of support to Alternative Futures members striking this weekend

We felt the love in February

February is the month of romance, what with Valentine’s Day and Heart UNISON week – and UNISON members were definitely feeling the love during the last 28 days.

Dave Prentis urges MPs to extend Article 50 notice period

‘Simply put, Parliament needs more time to avoid chaos,’ writes UNISON general secretary

Let's fix probation logo

Tell David Gauke to make probation public again

UNISON backs petition launched by We Own It for probation services in England and Wales to be brought back in house

Cleaners and caterers strike for fair pay at Liverpool Hospital

Members employed by private contractor at Liverpool Women’s Hospital take action for NHS rates after 100% vote

UNISON notches up a win in battle for care homes

UNISON campaign sees council agree to keep one home open and pledge no compulsory redundancies

‘Terrible news and the last thing public service workers need’

‘Only a united party can protect public services, jobs and disadvantaged communities,’ says Dave Prentis

Nice pay if you can get it

University vice chancellors’ pay has hit the headlines after the report on the subject from the new Office for Students – so we decided to take a deeper look at the figures behind the headlines.

UNISON calls for overhaul of England’s private housing system

Plans for a new Housing Complaints Resolution Service welcomed

UNISON speaking up for public services placards tied to railing

College workers to vote on industrial action

Members at ‘around 20’ FE colleges in England will take part in nationally co-ordinated ballot

Glasgow women mark victory in equal pay fight with rally at Glasgow City Chambers

‘We won’ – Glasgow women celebrate equal pay

City Chambers rally greets council’s ratification of £548m deal to compensate for years of unequal pay

UNISON spells out Brexit concerns

National executive council highlights three issues that need to be addressed to avoid ‘falling off a cliff’ next month