Napo HQ Blog

Napo Tackling Inequality in the Workplace course - Friday 13th September 2019 - London This course is for all reps / members who want to learn more about equalities in the workplace. The course will introduce the general concept of workplace...Read more
29th Jul 2019
With the UK getting a new Prime Minister could mean only one thing. A cabinet reshuffle. David Gauke set out very clearly some weeks ago that he intended to resign if Boris Johnson won as he has very different views on Brexit. So with the...Read more
25th Jul 2019
Join supporters of the Colombian peace process in central London to show support for the peace process and in protest at the ongoing murders of social activists and FARC former guerrillas in Colombia. Friday 26 July from 4pm Portland Place (Oxford...Read more
22nd Jul 2019
The MoJ has opened a consultation on how the family courts protect children and parents in private law children cases concerning domestic abuse and other serious offences. This will look specifically at the application of Practice Direction 12J,...Read more
22nd Jul 2019
Survivors of domestic abuse and other harmful conduct are being invited to share their experiences of how well the family courts protects them and their children in private family law proceedings The Government launched a call for evidence on 19th...Read more
22nd Jul 2019
In September last year, the government published its cross-government Victims Strategy. The MoJ says it has already delivered a significant number of the commitments in the strategy and it is on track to deliver the rest. Consultation opened this...Read more
17th Jul 2019
A new Domestic Abuse Bill was introduced into the commons on 16th July. In launching the Bill the government says "Far too many individuals have their lives destroyed by abuse and we need to build a society that has zero tolerance towards domestic...Read more
17th Jul 2019
Local Branch Officials from Napo/UNISON/GMB have been inundated with requests from members for advice about the recent request issued by KSS CRC/SEETEC. This seeks staff permission to undertake a new DBS assessment and provide authority for further...Read more
17th Jul 2019
Just published, Ministry of Justice guideance for people on what information they need to give out if asked about their criminal record. READ THE MOJ GUIDERead more
12th Jul 2019
Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford yesterday detailed the core principles of a new Social Partnership Bill to the Welsh Assembly, which will make it easier for unions, employers and government to work together to provide fair work and a strong,...Read more
11th Jul 2019