Christina McAnea, arms folded, in front of conference stage - 'Fighting for our future'

Blog: Get ready to celebrate all the Stars in Our Schools

Don’t miss your chance to nominate a star and enter our prize draw

Come clean about school risks and invest to remedy problems

Years of neglect and underfunding have worsened the situation, leaving some schools on the verge of collapse.

UNISON members in Northern Ireland on strike

Education workers across Northern Ireland take action for pay justice

‘Education workers in Northern Ireland are not prepared to sit and wait while you sort out all the political problems. Working people need pay justice now’

Ministers should fix the country rather than reheat failed anti-union laws

Picking fights with unions is a waste of valuable time

Education support staff in Northern Ireland need urgent action on pay

Reform needed so wages are applied fairly

UNISON president Libby Noon addressing the union's LGBT+ conference

UNISON president welcomes the union’s Year of LGBT+ Workers

Libby Nolan says she looks forward to helping make it ‘the best year possible’

Mother and baby

Survey reveals impact on families of low maternity pay

Statutory maternity pay, at 47% of the national living wage and 37% of women’s median incomes, is forcing new mothers back to work early or into debt

Improving wages and fixing social care must be among new health secretary’s priorities

Victoria Atkins will have her work cut out with NHS problems affecting staff and patients

UNISON launches its One Team Awards for NHS staff

New awards will honour members working in non-clinical support and operational services

Ministers picking on LGBT+ community does not deflect from government’s appalling record on rights, says UNISON

Christina McAnea to address union’s annual LGBT+ conference in Liverpool

Comparing piles of coins

Financial wellbeing week – spaces still available

The week aims to help UNISON members to develop skills in financial capability, how to manage money and battle debt pressures

Christina McAnea, arms folded, in front of conference stage - 'Fighting for our future'

Blog: King’s Speech is a missed opportunity

Where was the national care service? The problem is, this government isn’t listening to what the country needs

King’s Speech shows the government is all out of ideas

Conservative neglect has depleted public services

Government’s desperate strike move won’t solve any NHS problems

Sacking staff won’t get patients to hospital more quickly

Hands under flowing water

Thames Water announces it is to consult on axing 300 jobs

UNISON argues the plans are short sighted and will have wide ranging consequences, and vows it will fight to protect jobs