Black Members SOG December Meeting

Calling Notice:- Black Members Self organised Group Meeting Arranged to discuss regular Black Members Meeting Agenda. Are you interested in joining The Black Members Self Organised Group? Do you want to know more about what we have been doing? Have you got any suggestions about what we should be doing? Bring your comments, questions (and […]

Black Members SOG Meeting

Calling Notice:- Black Members Self organised Group Meeting Arranged to discuss regular Black Members meeting agenda. Wednesday 3rd November 2021 18:00-19:30 Via Zoom Agenda 18.00 – 18.05 – Welcome and Housekeeping 18.05 – 18.15 – Previous Minutes and Matters Arising 18.15 – 18.30 – Workplace Updates 18.30 – 18.50 – Officers Report 18.50 – 19.00 […]

Calling Notice – Black Members Meeting

Black Members Self organised group meeting arranged to discuss regular Black Members meeting agenda, with a special focus on forthcoming National Black Members Conference Wednesday 13th October 2021 18:00-19:30 Via Zoom Agenda 18:00 – 18:05 – Welcome and Housekeeping 18:05 – 18:10 – Last minutes were July. Review of previous meeting with guest speaker. (Jennifer) […]

TUC Midlands & Stand Up To Racism 2021 Anti-racism Summit

From TUC Midlands and Stand Up to Racism: We are delighted to be holding our fifth annual anti-racism summit on 18th September 2021, the theme of which is opposing the racist offensive. Saturday 18th September 2021 11am Online Event After the Black Lives Matter movement has shifted the national debate in a positive direction there […]

Black Members & Women’s Group Joint Meeting

UNISON Black members and Women’s Group present an evening with Andrea Maynard-Brade, discussing domestic violence. Wednesday 29th September 2021 17:30 – 19:00 On Zoom Andrea Maynard-Brade will be speaking on domestic violence, her autobiography ‘Suffering in Silence’, her new book ‘Surviving Queens’ and future activities. There will be an opportunity for members to discuss and […]

UNISON COVID-19 Impact Report

Most of us have lived our lives in peace and prosperity. We took for granted that we would have enough food on the table, good health care when we needed it, schools for our children to learn in and parks for them to play in – and freedom from the fear of the deadly diseases […]

Updated Guidance – COVID-19 and disabled, shielding or other vulnerable workers

UNISON has updated the guidance on COVID-19 and disabled, shielding and vulnerable workers. If you are disabled, pregnant, over 70 or have an underlying health condition you should take extra precautions to stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic and may previously have been told to ‘shield’. People who are immunosuppressed or immunocompromised may be particularly […]

Birmingham Branch Condemns racist abuse following Euro final

Birmingham Unison strongly condemn the racist abuse that has been displayed via social media, and other channels following the Euro’s football result. We encourage staff to report any discriminatory posts  via the appropriate channels both on social media and otherwise. The abuse that the players have been receiving is unacceptable. The team achieved an amazing […]

Ending school bubbles and isolation will be dangerous, says UNISON

Rolling back safety measures risks spread. Responding to education secretary Gavin Williamson’s comments today (Wednesday) that he expects school bubbles to be removed in England if Covid restrictions are lifted on 19 July, UNISON head of education Jon Richards said: “Removing school bubbles and halting self-isolation will lead to more disruption, not less. “Coronavirus cases in schools are at […]

UNISON NEC ELECTIONS 2021

From the 4th to 27th May this year you will have the opportunity to vote to determine who sits on UNISON’s National Executive Council (NEC). UNISON Birmingham Branch has nominated the following people because we believe they are committed to ensuring our union challenges Government nationally and won’t leave members and Branches to fight alone. […]