Dennis Cohen, Esq.
First, let’s agree on something - most people have common desires that transcend ideological lines. When we focus on those values and engage in conversations aimed at bridging our divides, we create a world where we can all thrive.
After recognizing the toxic discord in our political world, veteran lawyer/mediator Dennis A. Cohen created Resolutionaries - a platform for people to see how our basic commonalities can bring us together. Here you will find a curation of resources developed by experts in communication, connection, and consensus building. These tools and interactive processes help tough conversations happen. Whether at the kitchen table or in Congress, disagreements happen - but they don’t have to be as ugly as they are. Our network of professional and passionate Resolutionaries aim to encourage people to stop fighting over political problems and starting working together towards resolutions.
Resolutionaries is a division of The Concordance Project, a 501(c)(3) organization.
of american adults say they are very satisfied with the way things are going in the U.S.
Gallup poll on trends in intensity of U.S. adults satisfaction from 2008-2018
of american adults say it is ‘interesting’ and ‘informative’ to discuss politics with people they disagree with.
Pew Research Center survey of U.S. adults conducted Sept. 24-Oct.7, 2018
of American adults say it is very likely that today's youth will have a better life than their parents did.
Gallup poll on optimism about future of next generation conducted Mar. 19-25, 2018