Unite For Our Society

Posted on Thursday, August 08, 2019

Have you read our latest blogs?

Further calls for investment in a ‘statutory youth service’ - The Serious Youth Violence report published by the parliamentary home affairs committee has called for local authority funding for youth services to be statutory, ring-fenced and focused on preventing young people becoming caught up in violence. The inquiry highlights the connection between deprivation ... Read more 

Unite in St Mungo’s - Talks aimed at resolving a long running dispute between Unite and St Mungo’s mediated by Acas have collapsed.  It is deeply disappointing that St Mungo’s senior management are determined to plough ahead with changes that threaten the very integrity of our ... Read more 

Parliamentary debate on the role and sufficiency of youth work - A general debate was held on the role and current sufficiency of youth services in the UK was held yesterday in the House of Commons as a response to the publication of the inquiry by the all-party parliamentary group on ... Read more 

REVIEWING THE STATUTORY GUIDANCE - YOUTH WORK PROVISION - As already reported, a review of the statutory guidance for council youth service provision has been launched by Civil society minister Mims Davies saying the review would focus on services to reduce social isolation among young people. Announcing ... Read more 

Review launched into statutory guidance for Local Authorities on providing youth services - New deal for all young people - On July 25th, Lloyd Russell Moyle MP and others will lead a three hour debate in Parliament on the findings of the report and wider issues. Anyone passionate about youth work and youth services is invited to ... Read more 

Change is coming! - Unite secures ‘historic’ changes at RSPCA’s annual general meeting After three years of active campaigning and continued pressure from Unite the union representatives and members, the governance of the world’s oldest animal charity, the Royal Society for the Prevention to ... Read more 

The Community, Youth and Not for Profit Sector is massively diverse and we need to hear from reps and members across the sector about some of the fantastic campaigns or the issues being faced so please get in touch and help raise the profile of the work you do. You can also support the CYNfP sector on Facebook; Twitter; Unite for Our Society Website and the Unite Website

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