Network membership of the Consortium is free. Network Membership is open to all civil society organisations who want to defend and protect human rights. Individuals can also be part of the Consortium as supporters.
Benefits of being a network member include:
- monthly e-newsletters with information about headlines, consultations and events around human rights in Scotland
- invitations to network members’ meetings and other events on key human rights issues
- opportunities to access training, resources and other activities
Most of all, being a network member of the Consortium adds your voice to defending and protecting human rights in Scotland.
As a network member, you can expect the following from us:
- We will treat every member organisation and individual with respect and dignity.
- We will work positively and constructively with members towards our strategic outcomes.
- We will not claim to speak on behalf of specific member organisations or all network members unless they have given their agreement.
- We will follow the Code of Conduct at every event/meeting that we organise.
Network members are expected:
- To work positively and constructively with other members towards our strategic outcomes
- To treat Consortium staff and other Consortium members with dignity and respect
- Not to speak on behalf of the Consortium without consulting Consortium staff first
- Not to take any action which may bring the Consortium into disrepute
- To follow the Consortium Event Code of Conduct
If your organisation would like to apply for network membership or if you would like to become a Consortium supporter, please visit here.
You can also find more information about how we use and protect our network members’ data here.
If you would like more information about the Consortium, please get in touch.