Usdaw welcomes International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
25 November 2021
Retail trade union Usdaw has welcomed today’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, organised by the United Nations, who have identified that nearly 1 in 3 women have been abused in their lifetime.
Usdaw calls for Government and MPs to support the Menopause Bill in Parliament today
29 October 2021
Usdaw is calling on MPs to support Carolyn Harris MP’s Menopause (Support and Services) Bill which has its second reading in the House of Commons today.
Usdaw joins tens of thousands in standing together against racism on Wear Red Day #WRD21
22 October 2021
Members and reps from the retail trade union Usdaw will today join tens of thousands of people in schools and workplaces across the UK to stand up against racism on Friday 22 October 2021 by taking part in Wear Red Day.
Low Pay Commission investigates the disproportionate impact of low pay on Black workers and hears from Usdaw members
30 June 2021
Members of the retail trade union Usdaw are today meeting with members of the Low Pay Commission (LPC) as they investigate the disproportionate impact of low pay on Black workers. The meetings will take place in two sessions online.
STUC LGBT+ Conference 2021: Usdaw makes the case for improving visibility and addressing inequality
22 May 2021
Retail trade union Usdaw has a delegation of members and officials attending this year’s online Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Plus (LGBT+) Conference, which starts today and closes tomorrow. Usdaw is highlighting the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on LGBT+ workers and seeking to address longstanding inequality issues that have been entrenched still further by the crisis.
IDAHOTB 2021: Usdaw highlights the unequal impact of the coronavirus pandemic on LGBT+ workers
17 May 2021
Retail trade union Usdaw is celebrating the annual International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB) on May 17, with a call to recognise the unequal impact of the Covid-19 crisis on LGBT+ workers.
All in it together? Usdaw annual conference highlights the unequal impact of the coronavirus crisis
26 April 2021
Usdaw’s Annual Delegate Meeting today looked at the unequal impact of the coronavirus pandemic on women, disabled, LGBT+ and BAME workers.
TUC Black Workers' Conference 2021: Usdaw calls on the Government and employers to act now to end racial inequality
19 March 2021
Retail trade union Usdaw has a delegation of members attending this year’s online Trade Union Congress (TUC) Black Workers’ Conference, which starts today and closes on Sunday. Usdaw is highlighting how the coronavirus crisis and Government failures have exposed the deeply entrenched nature of racism and inequality in British society.
TUC Disabled Workers' Conference 2021: Usdaw addresses the social, economic and workplace causes of mental distress
10 March 2021
Retail trade union Usdaw has a delegation of members and officials attending this year’s online Trade Union Congress (TUC) Disabled Workers’ Conference, which starts today and closes tomorrow. Usdaw is highlighting the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on disabled workers, focussing on the mental health crisis.
International Women's Day 2021: Usdaw continues the campaign for equality through the pandemic
08 March 2021
Usdaw is marking today’s International Women’s Day by pledging to continue to campaign for equality and to keep women’s equality high on the union’s negotiating, organising and political agendas. Prior to the pandemic inequality in the UK was worsening. During the crisis Usdaw has campaigned to tackle inequality with the New Deal for Workers campaign.