‘Our rights at work are not for sale’

Almost 12,000 people have added their names to the letter to David Cameron, telling the PM their rights at work are not for sale

UNISON’s LGBT conference decides

A record of decisions taken at last November’s LGBT conference is now available.

Postcode pay? No way!

Workers at North Devon Healthcare Trust send message to trust with film defending national pay

Helping members after the floods

UNISON help and advice for branches dealing with members who have been affected by the recent floods is now available

UNISON’s next international seminar set for March

UNISON’s next international seminar for activists will take place in Croyde Bay over the weekend 8-10 March 2013

Why the equality duty matters (England and Wales)

Take this short survey now and help us to keep the equality duty

PCC elections on Thursday (England – except London – and Wales only)

Encourage members to vote in police and crime commissioner elections

Get help with winter fuel bills

A new UNISON energy switching scheme – and other ways the union can help with your bills

Barnet council recommends backing in-house bid

Barnet UNISON welcomes “fantastic news” – but stresses that there’s more to do

UNISON president urges members to get involved with Hope not hate

New materials are now available to help build work around the president’s chosen charity

Bullying and harassment – new guide

UNISON has produced a new guide on dealing with bullying and harassment that is available to be downloaded from the web

Disabled members’ conference hears call for workplace advocates

Delegate stresses that UNISON reps have the skills to be workplace advocates for disabled members

Public services should ‘benefit society’ not ‘make a profit’

Profit motive in public services condemned by UNISON disabled members’ conference

So you came on the march … what next?

After the March for a Future that Works, here are 12 actions you can take to campaign for public services