Join us online for tsiMORAY’s annual conference serving community organisations, community practitioners and members of the public based or working in Moray, Scotland.


We have created a focused agenda to inspire a shift in perspectives as we continue to move through and beyond our current challenges. Keynote speaker Cormac Russell will offer his perspective on how we can focus on what's strong in people; viewing all in terms of the assets that they are to the community – rather than defining people only in terms of need – and place them firmly in the driving seat of service delivery.

Of course you will also have the opportunity to personally join the dots through our online networking facility and an easy-to-navigate virtual Marketplace showcasing support available along with the incredible work that continues to be delivered in Moray.

Whatever the question, community is the answer


2019’s Join the Dots was centred on community resilience.  We heard from two influential speakers – Kosha Joubert, Executive Director of the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) and Alice Thompson, co-founder of Social Bite.  

Led by participant feedback, last year’s Join the Dots saw a change in format with the removal of workshops in replace for more table discussions, and the introduction of interactive Q&A sessions with the use of the digital tool, Slido

The inclusion of Ecovillage Design Cards from GEN assisted in participant discussions about global challenges, and actions.



Working Together for All of Us


2018’s Join the Dots brought focus onto collaborative partnership working, and its benefits.  Along with a selection of workshops exploring digital work spaces, funding applications, consortium working etc.  James Hilder, of An Roth Associates CiC , facilitated a morning panel discussion with panelist members - Angus Hardie, Director, Scottish Community Alliance; Professor Sarah Skerratt, Director Rural Policy Centre, SRUC – Scotland’s Rural College; and Susan Webb, Director of Public Health, NHS Grampian.  Each gave their viewpoint on effective partnership working, followed by an audience Q&A session. 

It was Scotland’s year of the young people, thus only fitting for our keynote speaker to be, Emmie Main, who was from the young people decision making group, Communic18.  Emmie discussed working with partners and organisations, and their importance in ensuring young voices are heard.   


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