The pandemic has seen a devastating increase in hate crime, domestic abuse, homelessness and mental health issues for LGBT+ people
LGBT+ History Month is more important than ever, as the pandemic adds to the isolation felt by many LGBT+ people as a result of their gender identity or sexuality
Eileen Best, of UNISON’s national LGBT+ committee, talks of the pandemic’s massive impact on mental wellbeing
Against a backdrop of a rise in hate crimes, UNISON has launched new guidance on how LGBT+ members can be supported
UNISON urges stronger attention to ethical procurement practices in the light of companies’ pursuit of ‘the pink pound’
It’s LGBT History Month, so there’s no better time to explore UNISON’s contribution to the struggle for equality
Annual awards recognise work by regional LGBT+ groups that help to promote the union inside and outside the workplace
President calls on LGBT+ activists to help get the vote out for the general election
LGBT+ conference hears of the need to inclusive education
From mental health to domestic abuse, rising hate crime to the gender recognition act, conference sets a busy pace
Christina McAnea urges LGBT+ delegates to ensure that people are registered to vote next month
The menopause is a workplace issue which means that it is a UNISON issue. Ahead of World Menopause Day on Friday 18th October, UNISON’s equalities team have launched their campaign on the menopause.
Every year on 20th November the lives of trans and gender-diverse people reported murdered in the last 12 months are remembered.
UNISON LGBT+ group joins Pride parade in London to celebrate, to show solidarity and to protest against continuing bigotry and intolerance