Israeli security forces have attacked unarmed Palestinians while they were praying in one of Islam’s holiest mosques in Jerusalem during the last few nights of Ramadan. There were reports that security forces then prevented paramedics from reaching protesters who were injured, and that Israeli security forces stormed a medical clinic treating the injured with stun … Continued
Last week we submitted our evidence NHS Pay Review Body (PRB) to demand a fully-funded 15% restorative pay rise for all NHS workers. And we repeated our polling from May 2020 again to show that 3 out of 4 members of the public still support at least a 10% pay rise for nurses and 4 … Continued
As an organisation led by and for frontline nurses we’re always happy when our members come to us with ways to build power to protect ourselves and our patients. That’s why when Holly and Kelly, two members, decided to write this letter to employers and this Government we were more than willing to help them … Continued
To all our members, supporters, friends and allies, We were disappointed to learn this week that the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has arbitrarily defined Nurses United as an “unregistered” trade union. This decision was taken to wrongfully disqualify RCN members on Nurses United’s leadership team from exercising their full rights to participate within their … Continued
Nurses United is not affiliated to any one specific union however we encourage all our members to join one. As an organisation we have been leading on the #NHSPay15 campaign with the Facebook group ‘NHS workers say No‘. While Nurses United represents nurses, the #NHSPay15 campaign fights for a pay rise for all NHS workers. … Continued
We have released a statement to show our support against the racism that exists in the US and in the 4 countries of the UK. The disproportionate deaths of black people at the hands of the police are not new or incidental. They are the product of the deep levels of systemic and institutional racism … Continued
Nurses United’s Lead Organiser, sets out why we need to remember Nurses of Colour on this International Nurses Day. In 1965, Molly Jo Johnson reached the shores of the UK. She was an Anglo-Indian woman. She was a Nurse, Midwife and Theatre Nurse with over 15 years of experience and would have been the equivalent … Continued
Nurses United member, Saharla Musa, tells you about why she’s joined Nurses United and thinks that together we can give a voice to Nurses of Colour.
Nurses United’s Convenor, Tom Bolger, tells his story about why Nursing matters, why it’s political and why we need you to join us.