We know that children who face adversity greatly value their relationships with their brothers and sisters. Yet often these relationships become disrupted when, for example, children become looked after, or the courts intervene in parenting. This is the website of a new collaborative project to protect the rights and promote the wellbeing of brothers and sisters in such circumstances, and work together to influence the law, policy and practice.

Members of this collaboration include the Adoption and Fostering Alliance (AFA), CELCIS, the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR), Children's Hearings Scotland, Clan Childlaw, City of Edinburgh Council, Inspiring Children's Futures, the Scottish Children's Reporter Administration (SCRA), Scottish Adoption, Siblings Together and Reunited (STAR), University of Strathclyde, and Who Cares? Scotland.

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