Member stories

From Cumbria to Chennai: Paris climate talks can give people more protection from floods

The sorts of storms that hit Cumbria are seven times more likely to lead to extreme rainfall, because of climate change.

“What an earth have human rights got to do with Greenpeace?”

UNISON consultation shows overwhelming backing for new pension deal at EDF Energy

UNISON members working for EDF Energy have today (Thursday) overwhelmingly backed a new pension deal negotiated by the union.

Paris climate talks: draft agreement explained. Watch the film


Welsh social care provider sacks entire staff

UNISON, Britain’s largest public sector union, has reacted angrily to the decision of social care provider Anheddau Cyf

UNA-UK sends joint letter to Prime Minister on genocide awareness day

UNA-UK has signed a letter to Prime Minister David Cameron, calling for Government support of genocide commemoration and prevention.

UNISON takes the ‘route of shame’ in defence of workers’ rights

To mark today’s Human Rights Day, UNISON is taking part in a ‘route of shame’ in London, visiting six embassies and high commissions whose countrie

UNISON responds to language requirement for public service workers

UNISON has made its contribution to the Cabinet Office consultation on language requirements for the public sector workers’ code of practice, which

COP21: "Current draft could be stronger but door still open to increase ambition over time"


WWF statement on new COP21 negotiating text


Member stories


UNISON Cymru Wales members will be taking to high streets and workpla

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:

Just out: a poignant and powerful new film from Michael Morpurgo,

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

I recently joined friends at Greenpeace to hand in our joint flooding petition.

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