The year ahead: this is what we’ll be doing

UNISON members from the union’s executive look ahead at what we can expect, and what your union is planning, for the next 12 months

Help stop the illegal underpayment of homecare workers

Email your MP to add their voice to tomorrow’s (23 March) Westminster Hall debate

Victories like this give us hope that the tide can turn

Of course these are tough times for public services and those who provide them – but victories like this give us hope that the tide can turn, and that the resources which have helped so many generations of working people will still be there to support generations to come.

Young woman holds up banner against the Trade Union Bill

Let’s show how we ♡ UNISON

As the campaign against the Trade Union Bill continues, let’s show everyone why we love unions – and UNISON in particular

Councils condemn trade union bill

Employers across the country join unions in condemning ‘unnecessary and petty’ legislation

UNISON ‘deplores’ attack on FOI in letter to PM

UNISON is one of 140 organisations warning against plans to weaken the Freedom of Information Act

Do you know an award-winning young member?

Do you know a young UNISON member who has been involved in effective and innovative campaigning – or is just an outstanding trade unionist?

Prentis pays tribute to NI campaigners over NHS homes

Three-year campaign has helped keep many homes open in Northern Ireland, but threats remain as politicians ‘bicker’

Important GPF bid dates

Meeting dates for UNISON general political fund committee to will consider bids for campaign funding

UNISON announces ambitious new proposals to avoid large scale fracking and bring millions in from the cold

Fracking could be thing of the past if homes were properly insulated

Cuts in Social Services budgets laid bare in accounts of ‘Day in the life of social workers’

UNISON report into the difficulties facing social workers day to day

ONS figures on number of zero-hours contracts

The rise is risky employment contracts exposes the underlying weakness of economic recovery

UNISON to consult members over meagre pay offer

UNISON is to consult more than 600,000 of its local government and school members over industrial action, following a meagre 1% pay offer made today

Treasury to benefit from paying local government workers living wage, says report

Report reveals bigger take for Treasury would reduce the cost of meeting the local government pay claim by 55%

Higher education strike – voices from the picket line

Universities and colleges across the country are facing disruption and closures today