Care workers are meeting next week in Cardiff, Swansea and online to share their experience of the covid pandemic. Come and join us, we want to hear your story as we gather evidence for the inquiry on the government’s handling of the pandemic:


Monday 5 February, drop in any time between 10am-3pm to our office, UNISON House, Custom House Street, Cardiff CF10 1AP. Email Alastair Gittins to register


Thursday 8 February, drop in any time between 10am-3pm to our office, UNISON Suite A, The Courtyard, Wind Street, Swansea SA1 1DP. Email Alastair Gittins to register

Online meeting

Wednesday 7 February, 6pm-7.30pm. Link to online meeting will be sent when you register. Email Alastair Gittins to register


UNISON to hold rally against privatisation of public services

Workers in Pontypridd will hold a major rally against privatisation of public services, says UNISON today (Thursday). 

UNISON Cymru/Wales regional manager Simon Dunn

Rhondda care privatisation: Open letter to Welsh Government

UNISON Cymru/Wales has sent an open letter to Welsh government deputy minister for health and social care Julie Morgan.

Care workers campaign against Rhondda privatisation

Care workers represented by UNISON today (Monday) took to the streets of Tonypandy to campaign against a threat to privatise services.

UNISON Cymru/Wales care lead Mark Turner

UNISON calls for the Welsh government to intervene in Rhondda care privatisation threat

Hundreds of vulnerable people in Rhondda Cynon Taf could soon see the quality of care they receive compromised, says UNISON.

Mark Turner, UNISON Cymru/Wales care lead

Private firms should not profit from people’s vulnerability says UNISON

Care workers and the vital role they play must be valued not seen as a cost to be driven down to increase profits, says UNISON Cymru/Wales.