How to become active in UNISON

Our animated film charts how a public service worker can develop and progress as a trade union activist within UNISON

We follow Ruby, a public service worker and UNISON member, on just one path she might take as a trade union activist: from health and safety rep, to one of her branch’s representative on its regional council, from first-time speaker at national delegate conference, to member of the union’s main policy-making body, the NEC.

And all the while, she’s “learning so much about the union, about her workmates and about herself.”

4 thoughts on “How to become active in UNISON

  1. Miriam Sonono says:

    Wooooow. That’s so lovely. I would love to start a new Career with unison. I am eager to learn more and new things

  2. Helena says:

    I just have tosay a very big thank you for Rosa Lopetrone who is a Unison representative in Lambeth, London
    This wonderful and dedicated person helped me through my very hard time at my workplace in Elmgreen School. I belive everyone should be part of the Uniun Family to have trust in the system and to find the light on the end of then tunnel when we are feeling lost.
    Without her help my mental health would have been in danger.

    Thank you again dear Rosa Lopetrone, thank you Jeremy and thank you Unison!
    Helena Herczegh(member)

  3. Amanda Brown says:

    fabulous little clip to help decipher some of the routes to becoming active .Thank you

  4. Yetunde Janet Olayemi Abere says:

    Great, little clip but meaningful. I am interest in leaning more and new things.

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