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NHS unions are today (Friday) breaking with tradition and submitting a pay claim directly to the government on behalf of more than one million health workers across the UK.

UNISON is challenging all 5 Health and Social Care Trusts to refuse to make the further £70 Million cuts demanded by the Department of Health. UNISON is demanding that the Trusts say 'enough is enough' and refuse to make cuts that will damage the health of the public and threaten the rights of our members. 

UNISON are fighting hard to protect our members, their families and their communities from these cuts. We will not stand aside while the public suffers and will use all means to protect the future of our public health service and our members. 

Tomorrow (24th August) UNISON, the largest union in the health service, will challenge all five Health Trust Boards to refuse to comply with a demand for a further £70m in cuts.

The Trusts have been asked by the Department of Health to produce these cuts, despite the absence of a Commissioning Plan, and in the face of financial crisis.

UNISON will remind all Trusts that they have both legal and moral obligations to the people of Northern Ireland and to the health service workforce.

                                                                                                                                                                                    

The theme of this years Belfast Pride was 'Demand Change.' There were many events and activities running throughout last week. 

UNISON are proud to support the Belfast Pride Festival. 

We have two events taking place, the first is the UNISON Pride and Visability Art Exhibition running from 31 July - 7 August 2017 in the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfats.The Pride & Visibility Art Exhibition showcases some amazing work from various artists across Northern Ireland. More Info can be found HERE

The Second event we are hosting is STAND UP FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY....stand up comedy night 

UNISON activists for across the Northern Ireland branches turned out in force to support this very important and long standing event in the trade unionist calendar.

The Durham Miners' Gala is a large annual gathering held on the second Saturday in July in the city of Durham, England. It is associated with the coal mining heritage (and particularly that of miners' trade unionism) of the Durham Coalfield, which stretched throughout the traditional County of Durham.

 

The Regional Secretary Newsletter can be found below at the following link HERE

 

 

 

 

 

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