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UNISON disabled members’ conference marks Disability Pay Gap Day and calls for mandatory reporting
Assistant general secretary Christina McAnea address disabled members and urges them to tell people to consider public services when they decide how to vote in December’s general election
Disabled members’ conference also discusses the importance of inclusivity and the work of caucuses
Closing disabilty gap is key priority for union
Josie Bird tells disabled members’ conference that the general election is ‘not a challenge we can afford to shirk’
Of course, this election will determine our country’s future, but that can’t only be about Brexit. It has to be about the huge issues that are a matter of life and death for millions of people. As I travel around the country, I’m in no doubt about the state in which Boris Johnson and his party have left our public services.
A mental health team from Wales talk about what earned them the Team of the Year title at this week’s Nursing Times awards
University workers vote 2-1 for strike action, but ballot does not meet the threshold for legal strike action
UNISON asked members in the health service for their experience of ‘unacceptable behaviour’, including their experience of racism in the workplace.
A winter election means it’s likely to be cold and dark – and you’ll be busy preparing for Christmas – but don’t let that put you off: vote from the comfort of your own home
Amanda King was arrested in London in October while protesting peacefully against inaction on the climate
UNISON is a partner of the Amos Bursary, which supports talented year 12 students from challenging environments for a total of five years, through their university experience and into the world of work or further study
“People are often coerced into signing NDAs without realising that this may prevent them from talking about sexual harassment”