Thousands of children are at risk of going hungry over the summer because of Welsh government’s decision to end free school meals support
Refugees seeking asylum in South Wales should have access to decent, dignified and hygienic housing says UNISON.
Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board becomes the first public service employer to sign up to the UNISON Cymru/Wales anti-racism charter.
A ground-breaking female figure in UNISON Cymru/Wales will today mark International Women’s Day by addressing campaigners in Parliament Square in London.
Health workers facing the full force of the cost-of-living crisis are being called on to support industrial action over pay, says UNISON.
Activists and union reps will now have a great place to work from in the heart of North Wales.
A unique memorandum of understanding has been signed, with Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board and Digital Communities Wales committing to working with the UNISON and health workers to design and run new digital skills courses and workshops. The public service trade union UNISON is working with workers and local health bosses on an initiative to find new ways […]
Karen Loughlin, UNISON Cymru Wales regional secretary 73 per cent of the Welsh public believe the Welsh government should do more to lift children out of poverty. That’s the finding of a Savanta ComRes poll of 1,021 people released today (Friday). The poll was commissioned by public services union, UNISON Cymru Wales, which has made […]