UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Reserved (low pay) seat threshold for 2024

The cut-off wage for election to reserved (low pay) seats in the union rises to £12.70 an hour

UNISON attends PSI conference in Geneva

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

Overseas nurses gather at their annual seminar in UNISON centre

Overseas nurses gather for ‘empowering’ day

This year’s overseas nurses’ network seminar allowed members to engage with leaders in the nursing sectors about their priorities for overseas nurses

‘Pay gaps exist because no one is looking,’ disabled members hear

UNISON’s disabled members’ conference debates pay gaps, the national care service, and the health and disability white paper

old-fashioned tap with water running from it

Scottish Water staff to strike for four days in November

UNISON says the action will have serious implications for water and sewage services

COVID Wall with Christina McAnea in front

Blog: Your experiences are vital to the COVID Inquiry

Hearings set for a circus of ‘axe-grinding and score-settling’ that drowns out the suffering

Disabled people should be asking employers if they are ‘fit to employ’

MSP Pam Duncan-Glancy tells UNISON’s disabled members conference that delegates work is ‘changing lives’

Disabled members look towards the general election

UNISON’s disabled members conference opened with a round-up of the year’s activity – including positive lobbying for disability equality

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

UNISON calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza and Israel

The union condemns the rising death toll of Palestinian civilians – especially children – caused by Israel’s bombardment

Black and white image of a cemetery

Rotherham cemetery staff secure major pay victory

Acceptance of a new offer ends long-running dispute with the private contractor

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

NEC hears of ‘terrible things happening to civilians’

Meeting agrees donation to Medical Aid for Palestinians and the Red Cross

Picketers holding up signs at the 2023 Scottish school strikes

More Scottish schools to close as UNISON sets further strike dates

Four more local authorities will be affected in second wave of action over pay

UNISON officer and activist recognised by health journal

Helga Pile and May Parsons were placed in the top 10 most influential Black people in English health by the Health Service Journal

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

UNISON statement on Gaza hospital bombing

UNISON condemns the bombing of the al-Ahli al-Arabi hospital in Gaza. The targeting of a hospital, resulting in the tragic loss of lives – including those of health workers, patients and civilians taking shelter – constitutes a war crime under international law. We send our condolences to all those who mourn the loss of loved […]

Chris Akaluka introduces the More Than You Are exhibition

Second Much More Than You Are exhibition fights ‘bandism’

Chris Akaluka explains how the annual event was held at Newham University Hospital helps foster “unity, friendships and partnerships”