Member stories

High-level UN meeting pushes Sec-Gen selection process forward

At a packed UN meeting moderated by Natalie Samarasinghe, a host of countries called for further improvements to the process to select the UN Secre

Do you live in north Yorkshire? Here's how to tell the council you oppose fracking

UNISON comments on job cuts at Redcar steel plant

Commenting on the news that 1,700 people are facing redundancy after SSI UK announced it is ‘mothballing’ its steel plant in Redcar, UNISON general

UNISON welcomes an end to speculation that free school meals face the axe

UNISON has welcomed the pledge from the Prime Minister that free school meals will not be axed.

Competition: East Lothian triumph!!

The pleasures of East Lothian cycling beat all others in our summer competition,

"Transforming our world: the 2030 agenda for sustainable development"

A new set of global goals was ratified by UN member states on Friday, marking a new era for international development.

New range of materials available to promote Stars in our Schools campaign

A new range of branded materials is now available to promote the Stars in our Schools celebration day on 27 November.

Councils condemn trade union bill

Employers delivering public services across the country are joining unions in condemning the government’s Trade Union Bill.

‘There is an alternative to austerity’

Speaking on the austerity and public services motion at the Labour party conference in Brighton today (Monday), UNISON

Sir Jeremy Greenstock: "the Syrians and their suffering have to come first"

UNA-UK Chairman Sir Jeremy Greenstock has welcomed today's meeting of world leaders at the United Nations as a step forward for the Syria peace pro