Double-jab rule risks care collapse, says UNISON

Christina McAnea warns of staffing catastrophe ahead of double-jab deadline

Forced jab rule in the NHS risks doing more harm than good

This sledgehammer approach risks doing more harm than good.

Stage set for UNISON's 2021 virtual special delegate conference

The COVID experience: difficult to talk about, but vital that we do

Conference hears of the experiences of NHS workers in the pandemic – and debates what is needed to restore and improve the health service and social care

Compulsory jabs risk driving staff away and are the wrong approach

Undervalued and underpaid workers could walk away

Christina McAnea

Blog: Why G7 leaders need to work much harder on vaccine access

The US donation of half a billion vaccines may sound impressive – but it’s a drop in the ocean. Vaccine manufacturing rights need to be freed up now

Vaccine sharing programme must be top of G7 agenda

Rights waiver will make the world safer

Care staff more likely to decline jab if threatened by employers, says UNISON survey        

Gavin Edwards says forced vaccination could make recruitment and retention crisis worse

Gloved hand holding vial of COVID-19 vaccine

UNISON endorses Labour’s call for an international vaccine plan

Emily Thornberry says we have to plan now to ensure the world is safe in the future – and a patent waiver should only be the start

UK should embrace vaccine waiver for everyone’s sake, says UNISON

Helping less wealthy countries will save millions of lives

UK government must share vaccine intellectual property rights to prevent thousands of deaths

Helping less wealthy nations will beneift everyone

Gloved hand holding vial of COVID-19 vaccine

Persuasion not coercion must be the key to drive vaccine take-up, says UNISON

Mandatory jabs are the wrong approach and a massive distraction.

‘It’s a relief, a light at the end of the tunnel’ – young women and the vaccine

With vaccine hesitancy high among young women, UNISON members reassure others that there’s nothing to fear