UNISON joins the international trade union movement, including the International Trade Union Confederation, in condemning the appalling violence against civilians in Israel and Gaza.
UNISON hosts event to mark second anniversary of the forced disbandment of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions
Don’t miss Renters’ Rights Awareness Week, covering a range of topics
General secretary was addressing retired members as general election year nears
‘Our police staff members do a vital job to keep communities safe by solving crime and bringing offenders to justice.’
Christina McAnea tells Rishi Sunak to call an election and let the people elect a government that can put right the many wrongs of the past decade
The union reiterates its call for renationalisation, to ensure “value for taxpayers”
‘Somebody must show international leadership in tackling climate change. It looks like it won’t be the UK’
Tony Braisby, a long-serving and highly respected and valued member of UNISON’s editorial team, sadly died in September after a series of recent health battles. He was 63.
UNISON joined love Music, Hate Racism, Stand Up to Racism and the National Education Union on a float at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival
Stars in Our Schools is back, and this year there’s a special focus on early years education. But hurry – the deadline for ordering all your fantastic Stars merch is 6 October
Have young members in your region run a brilliant campaign? Do you know an exceptional young UNISON campaigner? If so, UNISON wants to hear from you.
More than 100 workers took part in the successful, eight-week industrial action
We’ve put together information to help branches to understand the upcoming changes to pension regulations around flexible retirement.
Pilot scheme launched in six regions