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
UNISON ‘proud’ to sponsor inaugural health BAME award as it launches Race for Equality campaign
As the union of over a million women, and with nearly 8 out of 10 menopausal women in work, UNISON is raising awareness and understanding of the menopause. Because it’s a work issue
As part of Black History month, UNISON’s health team is proud to launch its Race for Equality Campaign. Let’s stamp out racism in the NHS.
Peterborough youth worker is a Local Service Champion and has been honoured by the Queen
Major demonstrations are being organised in Cardiff, Glasgow and London
On the final morning of UNISON’s Black member’s conference, delegates opened with an emotional debate on the tragic toll of knife crime and how to combat the problem. Paulette Whyte for the national Black members’ committee reported that police had recorded over 39,000 knife offences for the year to the end of June 2018 – […]
Carol Sewell urges Black members to be the ‘best they can be’ in UNISON
Black members share stories of individuals and families whose lives have been affected by the scandal
Gordon McKay uses speech to damn a government working to ‘undermine and punish working people’
Mo Mohammed says it’s one thing for public services to recruit a diverse workforce but another to retain it
Speaking at UNISON’s annual Black Members Conference today (Friday) in Llandudno, general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Last the NHS celebrated its 70th anniversary, yet the descendants of those that came from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean to help build it are still facing barriers.
UNISON marks the 25-year fight against racism in football
Delegates have grim view of progress despite 50 years of race relations legislation