Resolution’s 2019 Annual Review highlights
Resolution, a community of family justice professionals who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way, shares their 2019 annual review and applauds their members by saying their successes are down to them.
They were pleased to share their achievements from last year with the help and continued commitment of their members and while they now face the obstacles and challenges of a completely different legal landscape and world, they believe there is a great deal they can deliver on for the Resolution network, in making a positive change in the family justice sector.
Resolution’s highlights from the past 12 months include:
- Launching a new Resolution website allowing more information and resources to be accessed online including an expanded library of digital learning content.
- Opening the dedicated Resolution Training Suite allowing them to deliver diverse and flexible learning experiences to members.
- Securing manifesto commitments from the three main political parties to introduce no-fault divorce in the run up to the 2019 General Election – resulting in legislation passing earlier this year.
- Issuing their first ever diversity survey, with nearly half of all members participating, the results of which will help them become the most inclusive organisation possible.
Read the 2019 Annual review here.