Wednesday, 6 September 2017
UNISON public service data blog
Using data to tell the story of our changing public services
Are we running out of nurses? How many libraries in your area have shut down? Has your local police force grown or shrunk?
Many of the important questions about our public services can be answered by looking at data. On the public service data blog we’ll be tracking down the relevant spreadsheets, diving into the numbers and explaining what we find.
If you’re a UNISON activist campaigning around an issue, the public service data blog will arm you with the numbers you need to make your case and make change happen.
Got a topic you want us to explore? Get in touch. Because there’s power in numbers.
Check out this web site for info https://www.unison.org.uk/news/ps-data/
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