Show your support of children's rights in Scotland by becoming a member of Together!

Why join us or renew?

Membership of Together shows your commitment to children's rights in Scotland. It also ensures that you are up-to-date with the latest developments, news and events and are given the opportunity to share your views and experiences on a local, national and international level.

You can join as an individual member for free (although where members are able, we really welcome a donation towards our work). You can join as a 'voting' member (NGOs/charities) for a minimum donation of £100.

Membership benefits include:

  • Our fortnightly e-newsletter giving you the latest on children's rights.
  • Early invitations to Together's annual State of Children's Rights seminars held at locations across Scotland.
  • Opportunities to influence and support Together's child-rights specific consultation responses to Scottish Government and Scottish Parliament.
  • Informative child-rights focussed briefing papers on current legislative developments.
  • Access to our online resource library with extensive resources on children's rights.

And as a 'voting' member (NGOs/charities) you can also:

  • Have the opportunity to vote for Board members, stand for election as a Trustee and influence the strategic direction of Together.

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  • Fill in the form below or download our application form as a member. Please complete all the relevant fields as this information ensures we can interact effectively with our members.

 All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.

Children’s rights
Family environment and alternative care
Education, leisure and cultural activities
Civil rights and freedoms
Basic health and welfare
Special protection measures

Note regarding membership:

Membership is available to organisations and individuals with an interest in promoting the full implementation of the UNCRC across Scotland. By submitting this form, you are signing up and committing to Together's vision, mission and values and agreeing to base your work on the principles enshrined in the UNCRC. Your membership application will be assessed by the Director and approved by the Board of Trustees at bi-monthly board meetings.

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