UNISON NDC Conference 2023

Conference continues debate on the cost of living

Three motions on the issue were debated on Friday morning – including the effect on Black workers and renters

NDC celebrates – and resolves to do more for – Black workers

UNISON’s Year of Black Workers is an opportunity to celebrate the union’s long history of challenging racism in the workplace and come up with practical steps for further change

Year of Black Workers 2023

Connecting Generations and Improving Workplaces through Legacy and Change Whilst progress in the workplace for the Black worker in terms of tackling structural, systemic, and institutional racism has been evident, it has been painfully slow. In 2022, London CNN Business reported that 41% of Black workers in the UK have suffered racism in the workplace […]

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Black History Month: Black NHS workers going above and beyond

This October, UNISON celebrates Black health workers who are making history now

Ramadan in the workplace: flexible working and support for Muslims

UNISON is here to support all our Muslim members through this important month

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Blog: The government can still address racism properly

Assistant general secretary Roger McKenzie looks at the background to the report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities and examines its failings

Address inequality to protect Black workers against Covid-19, says UNISON

Dave Prentis writes to Boris Johnson urging immediate action on all Public Health England’s recommendations