Suffragette descendant addresses UNISON women

Dr Helen Pankhurst addresses UNISON women’s conference

The unique health challenges women face

UNISON’s women’s conference votes to support the ageing female workforce

Potential Carillion conflict of interest requires proper investigation, says UNISON

The work and pensions select committee investigating the collapse of Carillion must leave no stone unturned when it questions the asset management firms who held shares in the outsourcing firm, says UNISON. Earlier this week UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis wrote to the select committee chair Frank Field MP urging him to look closely at […]

Dave Prentis stands at rostrum addressing UNISON women's conference

‘I will be with you on the picket lines’ vows Dave Prentis

General secretary backs Birmingham strikers as he speaks to ‘the biggest gathering of women trade unionists in this country’

photograph of unison women's conference debating STEM education

‘You can be a mother, daughter, sister and engineer if you wish’

UNISON’s women’s conference addresses the lack of women working in science, technology, engineering and maths

‘I see first-hand how lack of funding is harming the NHS’

UNISON president and hospital catering assistant Margaret McKee gives rousing speech to women’s conference

Women’s conference kicks off with a vote to boost organising

Women’s conference votes to take measures to ensure more low paid women can participate in the union

LGBT History Month helps us challenge prejudice

There are plenty of resources available for activists to use during LGBT History Month

How UNISON has helped beat the January blues

The union kicked off 2018 with a month of individual successes, stirring calls to action and an ingenious new campaign. And that was just in January. Here are our ‘high 5’ highlights

End-of-year accounts for 2017 – branch audits

Information for honorary branch auditors from UNISON head of audit John Nagle

Carillion – a growing pension scandal?

The questions keep coming after the collapse of Carillion. Now, what is happening to employees’ pensions?

The government must turn back the tide on NHS nursing shortages, says UNISON

The House of Commons Health Committee publishes a report on the nursing workforce

Holocaust Memorial Day and the story of disabled people

Holocaust Memorial Day helps us to remember the atrocities against minority groups including disabled people

Care sector ‘is vital for our society and our economy’

UNISON sets out priorities at successful first national social care seminar

Former president tells delegates UNISON can help them achieve

Labour MP Eleanor Smith urges delegates at Black members’ conference to get involved politically to build hope and change