Working for a safe, affordable, vibrant, innovative, and interconnected city.
Learn More
Seattle.gov Home Page
Seattle.gov This Department
Link to Office for Civil Rights Home Page Link to Office for Civil Rights Home Page Link to Office for Civil Rights About Us Page Link to Office for Civil Rights Contact Us Page
Office for Civil Rights Patricia Lally, Director
About Us
Mission
What We Do
Press Releases
Human Rights Day and Other Events
Past Human Rights Day Events
Milestones
Jobs
What is Illegal Discrimination?
How to File a Complaint
Labor Standards
Rules, Ordinances, Publications
Gender Equity in Pay Task Force
Notice of Nondiscrimination
Commissions
Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative
Disability Access and Services
Contact Us
Newsletter

Events


Two Civil Rights Workshops in 2014

Registration is now open for two different workshops in 2014:

  • Civil Rights 101;

  • Seattle Job Assistance Ordinance and Seattle Paid Sick and Safe Time Ordinance - Community Training.

  • All workshops are free. Space is limited and registration is required. For more information contact Brenda Anibarro at (206) 684-4514 or by email at Brenda.Anibarro@Seattle.Gov. Sponsored by the Seattle Office for Civil Rights.

    Civil Rights 101 for Social Service Providers

    This free workshop is designed for social service providers to assist clients by learning:

    • How to identify illegal discrimination

    • How to file a civil rights charge

    • Laws protecting people with disabilities

    2014 workshop dates:

    Seattle Job Assistance Ordinance and Seattle Paid Sick & Safe Time Ordinance - Community Training
    New laws in the City of Seattle strengthen employee rights in the workplace and decrease barriers to jobs. This free workshop trains social service providers, legal advocates and community residents to better serve your clients, family and community.

    2014 Workshop Dates

    Registration is required. Space is limited. For more information contact Brenda Anibarro at (206) 684-4514 or by email at Brenda.Anibarro@Seattle.Gov. Sponsored by the Seattle Office for Civil Rights. Back to top of page


    Read about previous
    Seattle Human Rights Day events!
     
    Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    - December 10, 1948,
    United Nations General Assembly
    (English and other languages)