Kerry Davies at RCSLT awards

Healthcare workers living with long COVID

UNISON member Kerry Davies won an award from the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists for her advocacy on long COVID

Joanne Jennings

‘Children are at the heart of everything we do’

Why UNISON celebrates Stars in Our Schools – and urges everyone to join in

UNISON is standing up for social workers and their profession

Four new films illustrate why social work is important and why being in a union is vital too

Living with neurodiversity

Ahead of UNISON’s national disabled members conference, one delegate talks about her life as a neurodiverse person – and how being diagnosed has changed it for the better

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

Marcia’s last stand

Marcia Lewis had worked for Caerphilly Council for more than 20 years, when she suddenly faced the prospect of being fired and rehired. With UNISON’s support, she challenged her employer and won – making a difference for thousands of her colleagues

Odeth Richardson

Saluting our Sisters: Black History Month

This year’s Black History Month, in October, is themed ‘Saluting our Sisters’. UNISON is using the month to celebrate exceptional women working in health

The Statue of Liberty rising out of water and ice as a symbol of climate change

The Earth will continue … But we won’t

Two activists explain why Green UNISON Week, from 15-22 September, is so important

Book review – Code of Conduct: Why we need to fix Parliament – and how to do it

Labour MP Chris Bryant considers the flaws of what has become a ‘Pinocchio Parliament’ and some possible solutions