Conference

Changes to state pension hit women hardest

#uNDC16 The new single tier pension introduced in April is discriminatory towards women as most cannot accrue the same pension

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Conference

3,000 send support for #Justice4Jannies

#uNDC16 The 3,000 strong UNISON Conference sent messages of support to the striking Glasgow jannies as the branch updated delegates on

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Conference

New measures to support activists

#uNDC16 UNISON must put support mechanisms in place for stewards dealing with stressful and complex situations, Lanarkshire Health’s Margo Cranmer told

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Conference

Privatised electricity not fit for purpose

#uNDC16 UNISON will step up the campaign to bring the energy industry back into public ownership and urge the Labour Party

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Conference

Keep public services in-house – better for staff, better for service users.

#uNDC16 UNISON will continue its fight to keep public services in-house and set out a range of measures to support

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Conference Young Members

Tools to support young members deal with bullying

#uNDC16 Conference paid tribute to the Scottish Young Members’ publication, Gonnae No Dae That? – a guide for young workers on

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Conference Learning

Supporting stewards essential to building union’s strength

#uNDC16 Conference backed a range of measures to improve training and support for activists. The motion recognised that we have lost

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Conference International

Palestine: End occupation, oppression and ethnic cleansing

#uNDC16 Conference reiterated its clear support for a campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) in support of a call from

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Conference International

Peace talks welcome but fight for justice in Colombia goes on

#uNDC16 Colombia remains an extremely dangerous place to live for anyone who defends civil, human and workers’ rights. That was the

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Conference

Progressive taxation the only way to save public services

#uNDC16 Through tax avoidance and tax evasion the UK Treasury receives around 100 Billion pounds a year less than it expects.

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