From Unite Community
People can achieve so much more when they work together.
Unite’s mission is to organise people to strive for a society that places equality, dignity and respect above all else.
But our union recognises that we can only achieve this if we bring people together from all walks of life.
Even now in the 21st century, too many people in our country are being pushed to the margins of society. They deserve to be heard; they too deserve the support to organise collectively.
It is with this in mind that Unite has founded its community membership scheme, making us the leading community trade union in the UK and Ireland.
Unite’s community membership scheme brings together people from across our society.
Those not in employment are welcomed into the union family, adding another dimension to our strength in thousands of workplaces across the UK and Ireland.<
Membership form and more information here: https://www.unitetheunion.org/why-join/membership-types/community-membership/
- Black-On-Tyne: the Black Presence on Tyneside in the 1860s
- Their Lives are Our Lives. The Black presence in Gateshead in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
- Nigel Todd and the Greening Wingrove Project
- Roses and Revolutionists: Nigel Todd’s History of the Clousden Hill Community
- The Progressive Decade? Politics in 1950s Newcastle
- The Tyneside Boy Orator: The Legend Examined
- The Labour Party in Newcastle: the struggle for office, 1945-1960
- Uncovering Women’s Industrial Past: the Newcastle upon Tyne Branch of the National Federation of Women Workers, 1912-13
- Red Ellen, Destroyed Intelligence Files and the Pause Button of History: the Playwright, the Biographer and Public History
- What mining families remember about the Miners’ Strike in County Durham
- Workers and Wages at Hetton Colliery, County Durham
Details from the NELHS Secretary.