UNISON is affiliated to the Labour Party, this ensures that UNISON has powerful voice for public sector workers within the Labour Party. We ensure that our members who chose to be affiliated members (through the Affiliated Political Fund) are able to influence party policy through our branch, regional and national Labour Link structures. The key contact in every UNISON branch is the Branch Labour Link Officer and you will find information on this about how you can get involved.
Get active in politics
Many of our members are already local councillors, members of parliament or active community leaders. If you have ever thought about being more involved in local politics or wish to seek elected office to represent working people then we need you. UNISON South East has set up a network of Labour Link members considering political leadership roles, our aim is to support, educate and train our members so we have more workplace people making key decisions in town halls and in Parliament.
Covid-19: Regional Offices During the Covid-19 outbreak, we have a number of emergency measures in place. Our offices are currently closed and all staff are working remotely. We have an emergency enquiry line set up, which can be picked up by teams around the region. Please use this number until further notice 0118 902 2260. Any documents […]
The safety of our members and staff during this Covid-19 outbreak is a priority to us. We want to reassure you that we are listening to the concerns of our members and taking appropriate action based on the best advice from government and our national office. In light of this, it has been agreed that […]
UNISON South East has over 2000 members who are active in their branch, at a regional level and nationally. Our activists do thousands of different roles from representing members in hearings, campaigning for equality in the workplace to leading local recruitment activities. So, if you are a UNISON member and want to find out more about how you […]
UNISON is one of the UK’s largest trade unions, serving more than 1.3 million members. We represent full-time and part-time staff who provide public services, although they may be employed in both the public and private sectors. What we do UNISON represents and acts for members working in a range of public services and utilities. […]
Ryan Slaughter - Regional Political Officer
UNISON South East