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Health staff pay increase in Northern Ireland

The announcement on Friday by the minister for health that she will implement the recommendation of the pay review body

Do you know a health hero?

Do you know a support worker in the NHS who deserves national recognition for their dedication? Perhaps you’re one yourself?

How are cuts affecting LGBT people and services?

UNISON has commissioned NatCen Social Research to investigate the implications of public spending cuts for LGBT people and services.

July/ August Far East Out Now

In the July/ August 2016 edition of the Far East magazine Fr John Keenan remembers the reactions of the poor in Manila when a fire destroyed their

Brexit and Climate Change – a personal view by Rev Dr John Weaver

Flooding 2015 (c) northallertonman/shutterstock.com John Weaver

Lord Wood assumes duties as Chair of UNA-UK

The Association is delighted to announce that Lord Wood of Anfield is the new Chair of UNA-UK, succeeding Sir Jeremy Greenstock.

Study shows the public wants the government to pay for the training of student nurses, says UNISON

The government should continue to pay for the training of student nurses and midwives, and not force NHS trainees to fund their degrees with loans,

I have chosen Love

Luda, a Columban Lay Missionary from the Philippines assigned to Korea, reflects on her experience of cross cultural mission and how love has shape

Parliamentary committee publishes UNA-UK evidence on National Security Strategy

A parliamentary committee has published evidence submitted by UNA-UK to an inquiry examining the UK's five-year National Security Strategy.

Social work bill ‘does nothing to address the real problems’

UNISON and social work campaigners have urged to the government to scrap part of its Children and Social Work Bill that would give ministers the po

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