UNISON Conference 2015

Conference reports from a Scotland perspective and where Scotland delegates are particularly involved are posted here throughout the week. For other reports see the UK pages.


 Scotland at Glasgow Conference 2015

Sandra-Dee Masson

We must place activist training and member learning at the heart of our union

Activism is at the very heart of our union and as we face the threats from a vicious and vindictive ...
Helen Duddy

Violence against women is a gendered issue

UNISON will campaign to educate and improve understanding of violence against women as a gendered issue, providing guidance, sharing good ...
Jane Aitchison

UNISON sets out a strategy to reverse the decline in public sector pay

As our pay has declined, the rich simply get richer and richer. So UNISON will look to build support for ...
Kate Ramsden

Give our members confidence that they can make a difference

As conference condemned the growing inequality in this country and backed a national and international political campaign to rebalance the ...
Devolution protocol needs updated to reflect the world we live in

Devolution protocol needs updated to reflect the world we live in

The fast moving debate around devolution across the UK was high on the Conference agenda this year, with two motions ...
Lilian Macer

Unions are an integral part of Scotland’s Fair Work Convention

Conference delegates backed a range of measures to combat the rise of vulnerable employment and casualisation across the UK and ...
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