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Further education workers demand a decent pay rise

Further education workers in England are calling for a pay rise of £1 an hour, together with a minimum rate in line with the living wage, in this y

“My employer ‘gave’ me to someone else”

Hopeful migrant workers receive training on their rights, prior to departure for construction industry jobs in the Middle East (credit: CEC, India

In 2016 we should be able to design workplaces where no-one has to die as a result of their job

Remember the dead and fight for the living.

UNA-UK rallies support for 1 for 7 Billion at International Civil Society Week 2016

From 25-28 April, UNA-UK is representing the 1 for 7 Billion campaign at International Civil Society Week 2016 (ICSW) in Bogotá, Colombia.

EU's top court rules too many free pollution allowances given to industry

Frack free bake storm

Holyrood Election Manifestos

How we rate the manifestos on cycling, active travel and related transport issues…

UNISON welcomes government’s change of heart on Trade Union Bill proposals

Commenting on the debate today (Wednesday) in the Commons that has seen the government accept many of the Trade Union Bill amendments made last wee

Dulwich Wood Primary School running on sunshine

Last year the school took part in Friends of the Earth’s schools competition to win a free set of solar panels.

UNISON to accept local government pay offer

Following a meeting of local government representatives from across UNISON, the union has decided today (Wednesday) to accept the pay offer from th


Member stories

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:
This week will see the publication of the draft Scottish Budget
Columban JPIC:

Prayers of the faithful 2nd Advent Sunday (year B) (the following may be copied and modified as...

John Ray Initiative:

I have just been reading Paul Kingsnorth’s, Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist (London...

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