New era for school support staff in Wales

All learning support staff in Wales must now be registered with the Education Workforce Council

UNISON urges Swansea to celebrate multicultural community

Festival and concert can help to combat efforts of National Front to organise intimidating rally

Welsh NHS workers ‘disappointed’ at 1% PRB recommendation

But UNISON welcomes Welsh government’s continued commitment to living wage

UNISON manifesto launch in North Wales

Union puts the case for public services with manifesto launch in Mold

Trade union rally outside Conwy council

UNISON members will rally in support of motions opposing the Trade Union Bill and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

UNISON targets human trafficking in Wales

Union says ‘governments across the world must do more to protect women’ ahead of conference in Cardiff

Cymru / Wales launches manifesto for public services

Union manifesto for May’s election says a Welsh government must work hard to protect our services

Neath Port Talbot becomes latest Welsh council to agree to pay fees

Neath Port Talbot set to pay as registration fees for school support staff as UNISON campaign continues

Unions challenge Assembly Members to unlock Wales’ potential

UNISON, UCU and NUS unite to launch Don’t cut me out campaign for funding of post-16 education

Caerphilly joins councils pledging to pay school support staff fees

Caerphilly council’s decision to pay fees comes as a result of an ongoing campaign by UNISON

Gwynedd council to pay school assistant fees

UNISON Cymru / Wales lobbying sees seventh council agree to pay new annual registration fees for school staff

UNISON celebrates trade unions in the community

UNISON Cymru Wales will warn what society stands to lose with the UK Conservative government’s Trade Union Bill

Health minister praises UNISON listening campaign

Union wins praise from Welsh government minister for identifying concerns at Betsi Cadwaladr hospitals

Union campaign saves local libraries

Neath Port Talbot reverses plans to close libraries, mobile library service and museum after UNISON-organised petition

Opposition to Trade Union Bill continues

Hyndburn council and Welsh government are latest bodies to oppose attack on rights of their workers