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Northern Ireland

Prospect has around 2,000 members in Northern Ireland.

They work for a range of employers including the BBC, BT, Big Lottery Fund, Met Office, Ministry of Defence, NATS, National Trust, UTV and more.

In the energy industry we have members working for employers such as AES (at Ballylumford and Kilroot power stations); SONI (The System Operator for Northern Ireland Ltd); and NIE Networks.

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Reps' network

We have a Northern Ireland network which enables local representatives (reps) from different employers to share experiences and best practice and to develop their skills. If you're interested in becoming a rep, please contact organisation@prospect.org.uk

Legal rights factcard

Members can download our factcard summarising your legal rights at work in Northern Ireland or email helpdesk@prospect.org.uk to request a copy.

Latest Northern Ireland news

General secretary Mike Clancy renews Prospect's commitment to tackling discrimination as TUC LGBT+ conference begins

Emergency motion highlights the impact of cuts on UK infrastructure

As the largest union for managers and specialists in BT, Prospect responds to news the Chief Executive is to step down

Northern Ireland documents


Poster: BT – Put people first poster   info
A4 poster for campaign against 13,000 jobs cuts in BT
 21 June 2018  ID: 2018/01200

Leaflet/booklet: BT – Put people first A5 leaflet   info
A5 leaflet against BT's plans to cut 13,000 jobs
 21 June 2018  ID: 2018/01199

Letter: Sue Ferns letter to Rt Hon Karen Bradley MP about energy job losses in Northern Ireland   info
Sue Ferns letter to Rt Hon Karen Bradley MP about energy job losses in Northern Ireland
 16 February 2018  ID: 2018/00279

National newsletter: Legal Eye - Northern Ireland Special - November 2017   info
We have produced a special edition of LegalEye for our members in Northern Ireland
 30 November 2017  ID: 2017/01949

Submission: Prospect reponse to the consultation on School Development Service in Northern Ireland Interim Structures   info
The Education and Children’s Service Group of Prospect welcomed the opportunity to respond to the consultation on the School Development Service interim structures. Prospect represents school improvement professionals, education administrators and managers within the education sector in Northern Ireland and across the UK. In providing a response Prospect drew upon the expertise and experience of members in the Northern Ireland Education Authority and in the education sector generally.
 03 March 2016  ID: 2016/00534