Birds of a Feather

UNISON president Josie Bird talks to Demetrios Matheou about the people and places that have inspired and motivated her trade union life

On the Brink

The damage to the NHS of a No-Deal Brexit

Ken Loach’s powerful new film on the plight of precarious workers

The acclaimed director and his writer Paul Laverty speak about ‘Sorry We Missed You’, about a care worker and a delivery driver at the end of their tether

UNISON pushes for ‘real change’ in the fight against workplace racism

Coinciding with Black History Month, UNISON has launched a major new campaign aimed at helping health branches deal with the racism that their Black members face every day

Changing tactics in campaign for future of libraries

Councils are using every trick in the book to offload their libraries

Drawn to the homeless

A UNISON member talks about his unusual art project

Attacked: life on the frontline of the NHS

A paramedic recalls her experience of violence at work

This is your life

Local government workers are champions. They affect all our lives, every day

Celebrating our local services champions

The people who make our lives better, from dawn till dusk

How to… develop your workplace contacts

A workplace contact can often be your next important activist – UNISON’s Learning and Organising Services team offers some tips on guiding them on the next steps