Member stories

National Flood Resilience Review - Greenpeace response

UNISON working ‘tirelessly’ for teaching assistants

In a recent article in the Guardian newspaper about the unfair treatment of teaching assistants in Durham, it was alleged that UNISON had been slow

UNA-UK calls on the Committees on Arms Export Controls to support the suspension of arms sales to Saudi Arabia

The Saudi-led coalition taking military action against the Houthi rebels in Yemen has been repeatedly accused by the UN of violating international

The Big Prize Draw is a big hit

The Big Prize Draw has been a win-win for UNISON members and their union – a point made by everyone attending UNISON Centre this week to congratula

To Russia, with love


We must fight to defend our rights at work outside of Europe – starting today

Before the EU referendum in June, our union and countless others warned of the consequences of leaving the EU.

Urge your MEPs to halt damaging trade deal with southern Africa

UNISON is urging members to urge their MEPs to reject EU plans to foist more trade liberalisation on the global south – in deals that could be a te

A matter of life and death

With continuing pressure on NHS managers in England to both tighten their belts and privatise, the poor state of the pound and the uncertainties cr

Binary Optionen-Plattformen und Brokers

Aufgrund der Natur der binären Optionen Industrie ist es sehr einfach, Zwischen den unzähligen Plattformen und Broker brokerbetrug verwirrt zu Werd

Stories from the Front Line: Arnaldo Munduruku and the Munduruku struggle for climate justice

Despite facing mega dams, colonialism and more than 500 years of violence and neglect, the Munduruku People have stayed strong and continued...