As well as being aware of the rising risk factors, family practitioners should be aware – and make clients aware – of the wealth of resources and support sources available.
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We have all needed to change the ways in which we work with mediation clients. Most mediators are now working online using visual technologies such as Zoom or Skype. The change to practice brings new challenges in relation to the safeguarding of vulnerable adults and especially children and young people.
This note aims to provide some guidance about safeguarding children and young people for Resolution's members, their Compliance Officers for Legal Practice (COLPs), and others responsible for risk and compliance.
This practice guide provides an overview of working within the Codes of Practice when faced with complex and sensitive issues involving Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). It does not seek to be a ‘how to guide’, as there are many publications available for you to refer to.
Our new guide sets out the steps members should take to ensure they have arrangements in place and know what to do if you are concerned for a child or young person
In this podcast, Karen Barham, Suzanne Kingston and Angela Lake-Carroll, take a closer look at Resolution's guidance note published in 2018.
The Domestic Abuse committee works to develop and promote the awareness of issues around all aspects of domestic abuse.