Keep in touch with Unite

You can keep in touch and engage with Unite in a number of different ways:

Twitter

Twitter is a free social messaging utility that provides quick updates and bulletins as well as key links to more detailed stories. Unite tweets regularly and if you sign-up you can send us direct messages and respond to our updates.
Follow Unite the union on Twitter

Facebook

Unite has its own Facebook page to communicate with working people worldwide. Join millions of others on the global network and share information with people all over the world.
Connect with Unite on facebook

Unite Mobile

The Unite Mobile App allows members to receive all the latest news, campaigns and events direct from Unite. Information about your union will be accessible right at your fingertips, wherever you go! It's available for Apple and Android mobile and tablets.

Instagram

Instagram is a photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service.
Following Unite on Instagram. 

YouTube

Check out the Unite channel on video-sharing website YouTube. 
Subscribe to the Unite YouTube channel

digimag

Unite produces its members' magazine in a digital format. Known as a digimag, all members have to do to receive the publication is make sure you've told the digimag your email address.

 

For #RealChange #GE2019 #ForTheMany

A UK general election is coming – and it will be the fight of our lives ... our movement is the authentic voice for millions of people, for the communities of these lands. We are still the greatest force for social change that this country has witnessed and we are ready for the fight.”

Len McCluskey