Resolutions and constitutions are documents framing the policy and activity of the society. A resolution is a document suggesting policy, strategy or other decisions for DSEP, and must have content in line with the constitution. The constitution is the most important document of the society, deciding the rules, structure, aims and principles of the society.
All members of DSEP can put forward new resolutions and suggestions of changes to the constitution on a General Meeting (GM), normally the Annual General Meeting (AGM). An example of a resolution can be found here, and description on how to write suggestions for the constitution can be found here.
DSEP Constitution: Google docs link.
List of resolutions:
Affiliation to Rethinking Economics (RE)