Unison Social Care Seminar Report and Actions-The Workers Respond.

  Unison are the second-biggest trade union in the UK, and easily the most prominent trade union in the health and care sectors. Unison recently held a seminar on social care, and published a report on their findings1. Bristol Care Workers Network are a group of health and social care workers who are already fighting … Continue reading Unison Social Care Seminar Report and Actions-The Workers Respond.

Fight racism at work-no borders in the NHS!

The Government want to bring in mandatory charging of some non-UK born NHS patients, under the Immigration Act. Bristol Care Workers Network believes that no-one should be denied access to care, least of all because of their race, country of origin or their access to money. We intend to show the Government that healthcare workers … Continue reading Fight racism at work-no borders in the NHS!

Bristol Care Workers Network: statement on the STPs and social care cuts in Bristol

      Bristol City Council recently announced £30 million in spending cuts, which will impact on social care as well as other council services. Alongside this, Bristol CCG plan to cut 30% of hospital beds across the Bristol area as part of the new NHS Sustainability and Transformation Plans. The response from Bristolians to … Continue reading Bristol Care Workers Network: statement on the STPs and social care cuts in Bristol