Our Save Our Services campaign day of action on 19 October this year focuses on libraries – a hub and a haven in our communities offering a place for people to work, relax, discover and think
‘We must fight for well-funded, accessible local services that will benefit everyone in our communities’
Black workers are usually the first to lose their job in a recession – and this has been true for services provided by local government in the latest recession
UNISON members share their experiences of what the local government cuts have meant for library services where they live and work
Libraries are under threat – what’s happening with them in your area?
Without a backbone of administrative and clerical workers to help take the strain, our vital local services will collapse
Where next for UNISON’s Save Our Local Services campaign in 2016?
Neath Port Talbot branch fought a successful campaign against library closures – so just how did they do it?
‘Area-based reviews’ part of restructuring plans for post-16 education prompted by ‘the need to cut public expenditure’
Neath Port Talbot reverses plans to close libraries, mobile library service and museum after UNISON-organised petition
The local services we all benefit from need our help