A portrait of Andrew law of the Open University

Empowering humans in an AI world

Andrew Law of the Open University talks to UNISON about the issues and opportunities posed by the AI revolution

Bringing services home

A successful insourcing campaign at a London university offers valuable lessons for UNISON’s campaign to bring services in-house

Youth looking to the future

UNISON has raised the age limit of its young members to 30. Two activists discuss how the change will affect and empower the self-organised group within the union

How to … run an insourcing campaign

UNISON branches are tackling insourcing with increasing success. The union has produced a new guide that will help others wishing to bring their members back in-house

Springing a leak

UNISON members explain the crisis that has engulfed Thames Water. Simon Jackson reports

Sleepwalking into a special educational needs crisis

Chronic underfunding, overworked staff and simply not enough schools – inadequate SEND provision is leaving ‘vulnerable children by the wayside’

Pay pay pay

Protecting and increasing pay is vital to UNISON. We organise, we act, we win. But the work never stops. Get involved and let’s win together.

Close up of nurse adjusting blood bag of male donor at blood donation center or hospital

Blood under pressure

UNISON talks to Bev Easton, a rep at the NHS Blood and Transplant service, about the pressures facing one of the UK’s most vital services

Norway: showing the way

Properly funded public services. A respected, well-treated workforce. A strong relationship between government and unions. No, we’re not talking about the UK

Charan Sekhon collects his MBE from King Charles at Windsor Castle

Environment Agency officer and ‘volunteering legend’ receives MBE

Charan Sekhon, a UNISON branch welfare and equalities officer, received the award for over two decades of charitable works