These ‘self-organised’ groups operate at both national level and within the region. Every one of these groups has a structure with a region and a regional committee.
Member groups work for change in many different ways:
- by raising awareness of topical issues that affect members;
- by campaigning to change legislation;
- by using the bargaining power of their collective voice.
Black members are a core part of UNISON and come together to promote equality in the workplace and campaign against discrimination.
Two-thirds of UNISON members are women. Important issues for the women’s group include health, childcare, flexible working and equal rights.
Young members (27 years old or younger)
Join our 75,000 young members who get involved in campaigns to make a positive difference to pay, working conditions and rights.
As a retired member you can benefit from regular meetings and social outings, as well as the option to join UNISON campaigns.
Disabled members benefit from a range of national and regional events such as information, discussion and policy-making meetings, as well as training and social events.
UNISON’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender members get support and advice regarding discrimination and equality in the workplace.