Reasons to vote ‘yes’ in the NJC strike ballot

UNISON’s local government and schools members will soon be voting on whether to accept the employers’ latest below-inflation pay rise

Electing the next NEC

The election for the National Executive Council, UNISON’s most senior body of activists, opens on 17 April. Here’s what you need to know…

Embracing equality on International Women’s Day

UNISON women – imagining a gender equal world

How to participate in local elections

From ensuring you can vote, to campaigning against the far right, here are some key tips for the upcoming local elections. May the 4th be with you

Ending the need for food banks

More people than ever in the UK are having to resort to food banks to feed themselves and their families. But a society without any food banks, at all, is entirely possible

The truth about pay

10 ways in which the government is distorting the truth in the ongoing dispute over NHS pay

A Greener Planet

Peter Frost and Ilina Todorovska are green reps who also have important environmental roles with their councils – lending them a dual perspective on the fight to avert the climate crisis

6 reasons to join UNISON

Heart UNISON is part of Heart Unions Week, the TUC’s annual event celebrating unions, and encouraging everyone to join one.

NHS Pay: The fourth day of strikes

On 10 February, UNISON health members returned to picket lines around the country, for the fourth day of strike action over pay. Our film recounts the day.

COVID-19 public inquiry – ensuring our members’ voices are heard

As the inquiry into the UK’s response to the pandemic prepares for its first public hearings, UNISON policy officer David Arnold outlines the process, the questions that will be addressed and the opportunities for members to share their experiences