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Northern Ireland

Prospect has around 2,000 members in Northern Ireland.

Legal rights in northern ireland factcardThey work for a range of employers including:

  • BBC
  • BT
  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Met Office
  • Ministry of Defence
  • NATS
  • National Trust
  • UTV

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.

Reps' network

We have a Northern Ireland network which enables local reps from different employers to share experiences and best practice and to develop their skills.

Legal rights factcard

Members can download our factcard summarising your legal rights at work in Northern Ireland.

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Latest Northern Ireland news

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Prospect is encouraging members in Northern Ireland to join them on the Belfast Pride March on 5 August, and to bring their families, friends and colleagues along.

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Prospect's two committees representing members in the energy industry, the Energy Supply Industry Sector and the Nuclear Development Group, have decided update our energy policy. Have your say

Northern Ireland documents


Knowledge Document: General election 2015, labour market briefing   info
Prospect briefing on the labour market for members and politicians
 02 March 2015  ID: 2015/00284

Knowledge Document: General election 2015, heritage briefing   info
Prospect briefing on heritage for members and politicians
 02 March 2015  ID: 2015/00283

Knowledge Document: General election 2015, energy briefing   info
Prospect briefing on energy for members and politicians
 02 March 2015  ID: 2015/00282

Knowledge Document: General election 2015, employment rights briefing   info
Prospect briefing on employment rights for members and politicans
 02 March 2015  ID: 2015/00281

Knowledge Document: General election 2015, education briefing   info
Prospect briefing on education for members and politicians
 02 March 2015  ID: 2015/00280