UNISON/PSC exhibition and book offers union branches a resource for this year’s 50th anniversary of the Palestinian occupation
School support staff congratulated after for successful dispute; Syria statement; conference preparations
UNISON condemns ‘horrific chemical attack’ and ‘any bombing raids by foreign governments which could exacerbate and prolong the conflict’
Delegates debate emergency motion that triggers shocking emotional testament and call for ILO action to stop girls vanishing from child labour statistics because they are ‘married’
I am proud that UNISON supported WAC-MAAN to organise Palestinian workers in the illegal Israeli industrial zones, and we stood with them in their fight for justice for Hatem and the workers at the Zarfarti garage. Wins like this are rare for Palestinian workers living under occupation, so when they happen they should be celebrated. Especially in heart unions week.
First NEC of 2017 covers campaigning to defend the NHS, anti-Trump protests, industrial action and preparations for national delegate conference
London trade unionists ran clandestine missions to South Africa to help the fight against apartheid – and now you can help get their story told on screen
The collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh shocked the world – since then, UNISON has helped the garment workers fight for their rights
General secretary will urge the government to consult trade unions throughout negotiations to leave the European Union when he meets cabinet minister David Davis
With the EU-Canada trade deal in limbo, the union calls for full parliamentary scrutiny of all post-Brexit trade agreeements
Anke Plummer blogs about her experience as an EU migrant in the UK
UNISON urges members to sign petition calling on UK to accept responsibilities and allow children on their own to come to UK
Are the goods it buys as part of delivering key public services produced without abusing workers?
UNISON calls for aaction on trade deals with global South which stress liberalisation and threaten to damage economies and workers’ rights
As the UK wonders what happens next in a post-Brexit world, UNISON is acting now