Speaking at UNISON’s annual Black Members Conference today (Friday) in Llandudno, general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Last the NHS celebrated its 70th anniversary, yet the descendants of those that came from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean to help build it are still facing barriers.
It’s a difficult and worrying time for anyone who cares about the equality and fights injustice. Sometimes battling against bigotry, racism and xenophobia can feel like an impossible task. But I know that this is a fight we can and will win.
General secretary tells Black members’ conference that UNISON is vital in the fight against an ‘incompetent and malicious’ government
Black members’ conference is united around the need to work together to injustice and bigotry
City council becomes first to make union’s charter a key part of its commissioning process
Congratulations to London Ambulance Service branch’s Battersea station who are the overall winners of our Grovember branch noticeboards competition
Moves toward industrial action ballot see Manchester hospital’s facility staff welcome in the new year with a pay boost
Commenting on the Brexit vote today (Tuesday) UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The country has no faith in the prime minister’s ability to get her Brexit deal passed, now it’s clear MPs don’t either. It’s time for a vote of no confidence and a general election so people can vote in a new government […]
Universal Credit needs to be halted before more people suffer and lose out.
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Probation Alliance, including UNISON, writes to justice secretary David Gauke
Lots of people will be starting the new year battling cancer. Former UNISON editorial manager Diana Harrison shares her personal account and thanks the NHS staff who are caring for her
The government must compensate those who have lost out
More police forces are using more volunteers in more roles as they reduce the number of staff they employ – so UNISON asked forces in England and Wales to try and explain what is happening
UNISON welcomes government’s decision not to extend the two-child limit