Community of Practice for siblings

Are you passionate about the rights of siblings in Scotland? Do you want to come together with like-minded practitioners to make a difference? Then why not join our Community of Practice?

About us

Nurturing lifelong loving relationships between brothers and sisters and those with similar sibling-like relationships is a core aspect of The Promise.

 The Community of Practice for siblings is a welcoming network of connection and collaboration for those who are passionate about this agenda across Scotland.

 It is for change makers, in local areas or national organisations – those wanting to support and lead improvement, beyond their own personal practice; those wanting to share, learn and collaborate with others to create positive change.

 We meet regularly, on-line and in person. The Community is growing, bringing energy, imagination and connection to the work across Scotland to Keep The Promise to Siblings.

Interested?

You can also read our latest newsletter and a round up of our in person event in December.

Help build our map

The Community is also developing a rich map of work across Scotland to nurture lifelong loving relationships between sisters and brothers. Please tell us a little about your own area or organisation’s work to help build that map. 

Dates for future events

We are currently firming up dates for 2024 (with our first online event of the year taking place on Thursday 1 February), but there’s likely dates for the next 12 months. Please note, links for registration will be available shortly:

  • 01 February 2024 – ONLINE
    10am – 12pm
  • 22 April 2024 – in person,
    10am – 3.30pm at Family Journeys
  • 16 May 2024 – ONLINE
    10am – 12:30pm
  • 25 June 2024 – in person,
    10am – 3.30pm at STAR (Siblings Reunited)
  • 20 August 2024 –  ONLINE
    10am – 12:30pm
  • 1 October 2024 – in person,
    10am – 3:30pm at Rossie Young People’s Trust
  • 21 November 2024 – ONLINE
    10am -12:30pm

    A Scotland wide partnership aimed at improving and changing legislation, policy and practice.

    © 2024 Stand up for Siblings

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