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Equality Diversity and Inclusion at events: Toolkit for event organisers

Resolution is committed to enhancing diversity and promoting equality of opportunity amongst all our staff and members. As a leading training and learning facilitator for the family justice sector we want to promote greater inclusivity at our conferences, training events, networking sessions, and on our panels. We want to ensure that speakers and attendees reflect the diversity of all family law practitioners and communities and allow members of all backgrounds and career stages to participate and feel welcome, accepted and included.

This practical guide for event organisers is an accessible step-by-step toolkit to assist in ensuring inclusive participation is considered at every stage of each event and to help you consider the needs of individuals and across different groups when you are making any decision about your event.

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Resolution Event Code of Conduct

Resolution is committed to creating and maintaining a friendly, safe and inclusive environment, regardless of age, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race, language, political or other opinion, national or social origin, disability, physical appearance, religion or other status. We value the participation of each attendee and everyone involved in the event and want them to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees and all participants throughout an event.

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Assessors

Our question setters and assessors are an essential part of the the specialist accreditation scheme. They are all members and - with the rest of the accreditation team - are responsible for setting and maintaining the high quality standards of practice of the applicants to the scheme.

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