Neil Marsden may have retired after two different careers in the police force, but he has every intention of remaining active with UNISON
The collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh shocked the world – since then, UNISON has helped the garment workers fight for their rights
Director Ken Loach talks about his acclaimed new film, which deals with the ‘conscious cruelty’ of the benefits system, leading people towards food banks and homelessness
We’re big fans of Mumsnet at UNISON, and following a discussion thread about our public service champions campaign last week, we’re even bigger fans.
Women in prison, suicide and domestic violence are just some of the issues UNISON vice president Margaret McKee is tackling
Liz Potter was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in the summer of 2013 at the age of 49.
The NHS is continually criticised by its government regulator for being in the red – but it’s the beleaguered services that really matter
As the UK wonders what happens next in a post-Brexit world, UNISON is acting now
Mindfulness is a meditative technique that helps us cope with everyday stress
Shaun McDermott is a PCSO on the community beat. His way of relaxing with the kids involves going to a galaxy far, far away…
Eric Roberts looks forward to a year as the president of ‘the best union in the country’
Omar Ramadan has severe haemophilia – a disorder that impairs the body’s ability to control blood clotting – and he cares for his mother who has Alzheimer’s.
The history of young people and social movements
UNISON members across the UK played a part in protecting their trade union rights