Society must do more to tackle structural racism, says UNISON

Urgent action needed to protect Black communities from second wave

UK cash. coins and bank note

UNISON asks exit payments questions of the Treasury

Letter raises questions over the government’s regulations and could see further action

Blog: The Tories’ disgusting refusal to act on child hunger

While welcome, it should not be left to charity from individuals and organisations to put food in children’s mouths

Typical classroom scene where an audience of school children

Teaching assistants covering twice as many lessons in the pandemic

UNISON survey reveals huge rise in numbers doing higher-grade work as teachers fall ill or fail to get tests

The power of union learning

A UNISON member illustrates just why union learning is so important – and why we need to save the Union Learning Fund

Employers must do all they can to reduce COVID impact on Black staff, says UNISON

Findings of risk assessments must be implemented

A national care service is needed urgently to reform social care, says UNISON       

Christina McAnea says pandemic has highlighted need for urgent reform

Disabled people an ‘afterthought’ for government during COVID

The grim statistics on COVID-related hazards facing disabled people are discussed during UNISON’s Disability Live! online conference

More PCSOs would be best way to ensure public comply with COVID rules

Force must be rebuilt after 46% cuts in a decade

Overhauling care sector is the answer to staff shortages

High vacancy rates show system is broken

Extra support for NHS staff welcome but high vacancy levels don’t help, says UNISON

Allowing proper recovery time important too

UNISON calls on government to pull back from scrapping Union Learning Fund

Union says the move to scrap the Union Learning Fund in England makes ‘no sense’

Blog: We must save union learning

Decision to scrap the Union Learning Fund in England is all about an ‘ideological distaste for trade unions’

Let’s make future Black history a positive one

This year, more than any other, shows that Black history should be taught and discussed all year round, not just for one month

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The ballot to elect UNISON’s general secretary

UNISON is in the process of electing a successor to Dave Prentis who retires as the union’s general secretary on 31 December 2020