Make May Matter in the latest recruitment drive kicking off next week
UNISON is gearing up for a further massive union-wide recruitment campaign this spring
UNISON is urging members to sign a petition being run by students in Enfield, to prevent their friend and classmate Yashika Bageerathi being deported to a potentially dangerous situation in Mauritius
UNISON pledges to keep on campaigning today, as lesbian and gay couples prepared for their weddings to be held in England and Wales this weekend
UNISON, the GMB and UNITE have launched a petition to call for decent pay in local government
People across the North West are gearing up to call for Fair Funding for Public Services at a march and rally in Liverpool tomorrow
Stand up to racism and say no to scapegoating of immigrants, no to Islamophobia and yes to diversity on 22 March
We have only one priority: to protect our members and the services they provide, general secretary tells NEC
The government is consulting on the future of civil partnership in England and Wales
UNISON members in the North East have secured a double win at a tribunal after a care assistant was dismissed because of her sexual orientation
16-18 May: a great chance to meet, work, and socialise with other young members and learn some key skills
Recruitment needs to be our top priority if we are to stay strong and resilient, says general secretary
Winter fuel grants are available again for UNISON members who are having difficulty meeting their heating bills.
Austerity measures imposed on housing, health and police services are pushing LGBT people to the margins of society, according to a report by NatCen Social Research, for UNISON.
One more push to get remaining high street brands signed up to the Bangladeshi factory accord