The UNISON National Executive Council (NEC) elections begin on 4 May and ballot papers will be arriving through your doors shortly. These are important elections and will decide who leads your union over the next 2 years.
If you haven’t received a ballot paper by 14 May please contact us.
Ballot papers must be returned by 27 May.
Your UNISON branch nominated the following candidates:
South East Regional Seats – 2 Female, 1 General and 1 Low Paid Woman
Black Members Seats – 2 Female, 1 Male and 1 Low Paid Woman
Disabled Members – 1 Female and 1 General
Young Members – 1 Female and 1 General
Local Government – 2 Female, 1 Male and 1 General
Community – 1 Female and 1 Male
Higher Education – 1 Female and 1 Male
We nominated these candidates because we believe they represent the best possible team for ensuring the change we need to see in our union. We want a fighting, democratic union – which is truly member-led,- that campaigns vigorously to improve the pay, terms and conditions of members – including taking strike action. A union not afraid to tell Councillors to make a stand and reverse the cuts – whoever runs the council. A union which stands up to racism, sexism, disablism, LGBT+ phobia and all forms of discrimination. One that supports branches taking strike action and initiates national action where necessary.