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Join us in membership

To join us in membership please download our application form below and return it to membership@childreninscotland.org.uk. We aim to process your application within two working days.

Click here to download a Word document membership application

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Click here to download the Membership Guide detailing all the benefits you can access as a member

Join us in membership from just £50* per year. As a full member of Children in Scotland you will have access to our full range of member benefits:

  • Our biannual members' publication, Insight, full of bold and engaging content that speaks to the range of our membership’s voices and interests, all packaged together in a beautiful design.
  • A discounted rate on all webinars in our online learning programme.
  • Free networking and training events exclusive to our members including our Voices Forum. Click here to read more about the networking and influencing  opportunities Children in Scotland membership provides.
  •  Exclusive content and resources and priority access to our Learning Guides
  • The ability to amplify your work in our network. Members are invited to share insight from their projects across our  platforms, including 26k+ followers on Twitter.
  • Free recruitment advertising on the 'Children's sector vacancies' section of our website
  • A 10% discount on consultancy services and commissioned training.

*Membership starts from just £50 per year for an individual and £75 per year for an organisation. Membership prices for organisations are set according to their type and size.
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Our work

Find out more about our what we do and how we connect across the sector

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Our Vision and Values

Find out more about the vision and values that guide everything we do to support children and families

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Our Manifesto

Our Manifesto for the 2021-26 Scottish Parliament is backed by organisations from across the children's sector

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