US unrest is a reminder to stand up to racism

We must be alert to the threat of discrimination

Blog: We must recommit ourselves to the fight against racism in all its forms

Honouring the memory of George Floyd – and so many others – demands that we recommit ourselves to the fight against racism in all its forms. And I promise, your union will continue to play a leading role.

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Help There for You be there for them

Our members are in need – and branches can help by making a donation

Angela Rayner chats to UNISON carers

This week, the deputy leader of the Labour Party sat down to listen to care workers about their working conditions and concerns

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Blog: a long way to go on equal pay

On the 50th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act, UNISON assistant general secretary Christina McAnea looks at the fight we still face

New agreement to ensure NHS staff in England are paid properly for every working hour

Unions agree measures to be applied locally

Kindness in the age of COVID-19

In this tough time, small acts of kindness make the world of difference

Support staff losing sleep and suffering anxiety ahead of return to school in England, says UNISON

Jon Richards says delay needed so schools have time to complete risk assessments

Making a difference for care during COVID-19

Across the UK, care workers have faced serious problems while caring for those most vulnerable to the new coronavirus. But UNISON has been fighting for them – and winning.

New care home death figures show government claims of protecting the sector ​ring hollow

Never again should the concerns of staff​, unions and employers be ignored

Ministers mustn’t forget important workers delivering essential services, says UNISON

Local government workers facing coronavirus risks and pressures

Blog: A u-turn from the government and a real victory for our union

It means that many UNISON members, migrants working in health and social care, looking after our communities, will be spared this deeply unfair charge. But UNISON won’t stop there.

Government should listen to independent scientists and pull back from 1 June start date

Reopening must wait until it’s safer

Unions urge immediate protection of Black probation workers from COVID-19

UNISON and sister probation unions tell National Probation Service there is no time to waste in safeguarding their Black/BAME members

Tell us your lockdown story

We want to know what you’ve been doing to keep yourself – and your communities – going during the past few months