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IAOHRA CONFERENCE

AUGUST 26 - 30

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InFocus: IAOHRA Conference on Location

See interviews and footage from the 2018 IAOHRA Conference.

IAOHRA 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Additional Conference Video


InFocus Interview  with Paul Booth, Division Manager,  Cincinnati Office of Human Relations

Direct Link to Video: https://vimeo.com/281436557 


Topic: International Association of Official Human Rights Agencies
iaohra.org (202) 624-5410


Guests: 
Paul Booth - Division Manager, Office of Human Relations, (513) 352-3237
Erika Yingling - Domestic Violence Non-residential Services, YWCA Cincinnati
Shana Cronican - Rural Area Prevention Specialist, YWCA Cincinnati
ywcacincinnati.org (513) 241-7090


Host: Khrys Styles

 

 

Conference Resources



Speaker Presentations

Racial Equality, Human Rights and Migration: Centering Cities- E. Tendayi Achiume , UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and racial discrimination

In-Memorium Presentation - Merrill Smith, Jr., Prince George's County Chair, and IAOHRA Treasurer.

 

Marijuana: A Game Changer for Employers- Michael C. Griffaton Esq., and Andrew Kaplan Esq,, VORYS Legal Counsel

 

Investigating (Sex-Based Pay Discrimination)– Melanie Breen, Cincinnati Director, U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission

Census 2020 Operation: A Deeper Dive - Rose Simmons U.S. Census Bureau, Philadelphia Region and Sergio Lopex, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity and The Fair Housing Act- Lisa Rice, President and CEO, National Fair Housing Alliance

The Hidden Biases of Good People: Implications for Human Rights Agencies and the Communities They Serve - Rev. Dr. Bryant T. Marks, Sr., Chief Equity Officer and Principal Trainer, National Training Institute on Race and Equity (NTIRE) 

Commissioner Training Part 1: Introduction and The Roles of Commissioners - Merrill Smith, Jr. , Chairman, Prince Georges County , MD Human Relations Commission

Commissioner Training Part 2: The Quasi AND The Judicial: Ethical Considerations for Quasi-Judicial Officers - Clarence Henderson, Jr. Esq., Commissioner, Washington State Human Rights Commission

This is America: Confronting Our Nation's Legacy of Racism - Kyle Strickland, JD, Senior Legal Analyst, Kirwan Institute

CONFERENCE SITE
Duke Energy Center
525 Elm Street

Cincinnati, OH 45202

CONFERENCE HOTEL
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
35 West 5th Street

Cincinnati, OH 45202