Brothers and sisters who are looked after by a local authority or are experiencing family separation often need support to stay in contact. Clan Childlaw is working in different ways to help promote sibling contact.

Find out more about:

Legal Help for children and young people to achieve contact with brothers and sisters 

Training for Professionals facilitating contact between separated looked after children

Our policy work on sibling contact

Stand Up for Siblings

Event: Brothers and Sisters Matter: Delivering Sibling Contact for Looked After Children, 8th March 2019

Read what legal changes we'd like to see: Prioritising Sibling Relationships for Looked After Children, by Fiona Jones, Clan Childlaw with Dr Christine Jones, February 2018

Read more:

Listen to:

Bruce Adamson, Children and Young People's Commissioner, on children's rights and the importance of looked-after children's sibling relationships

Lucy Frazer, Clan Childlaw solicitor, on how lawyers can help children and young people with sibling contact

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