Dec. 7-8, 2021
"PROTECTING CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS AROUND THE WORLD"
The mission of the International Association of Official Human Rights Agencies (IAOHRA) is to provide opportunities and forums for the exchange of ideas and information among member agencies and other human rights advocates.
IAOHRA provides assistance in the development of programs for eliminating illegal discrimination in employment, housing, education, public accommodations, public services and commercial transactions, including banking and lending practices.
We develop educational programs on human rights and civil rights issues, and serves as a clearinghouse for information exchange between human rights agencies around the world.
We connect you to the best and brightest experts in every issue area critical to the human and civil rights effort through IAOHRA meetings and professional training opportunities, you’ll connect with civil rights professionals with your same interests and concerns.
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SUPPORT OUR WORK
Since 1949, IAOHRA supporters have been vigilant and vigorous defenders of civil and human rights for all. We’ve made great progress on important issues, but there is much more work to be done.
You are vital to IAOHRA in assisting us in fulfilling our goal.
We have more civil and human rights history to make.
The goals of IAOHRA are:
To foster human and intergroup relations.
To enhance human rights practices under law.
To promote civil and human rights around the world.
The association has provided leadership in the development and enforcement of needed statutes and ordinances-local, state, and federal - to safeguard the human and civil rights of all people.
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
PA Media Group proudly presents:
Come join us for a statewide virtual event in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, the state’s premier advocate in fostering equal opportunity on October 19, 2021 at 6:00 PM.
“Peace and Justice in PA” is part of PA Media Group’s “live journalism” series and will examine PA’s current state of affairs around diversity, equity and inclusion. In particular, we’ll provide a look at efforts to counter extremism and hate groups in our state and how to support the people and organizations that are leading the response.