2016 Human Rights Symposium Registration Open!
NEW, Attend the Event or
Enjoy the Virtual Experience
NEW this year, you can attend the MDHR Human Rights Symposium two ways! You can attend the event in St. Paul or watch virtually from the comfort of your desk, office, or just about anywhere that you have an internet connection.
MDHR is offering a full-day of programming on Thursday, Dec. 8 from 8 to 3:30 p.m. for both Symposium attendees. Virtually, you can select from 10 sessions and in person you can network, enjoy lunch with colleagues and select from 25 sessions.
The 2016 continues to be a great value. Attend the event at the U of M Continuing Education and Conference Center in St. Paul for $105, which includes lunch and snacks, or attend virtually from the convenience of your home or office for $55.
The MDHR 2016 Human Rights Symposium provides a full-day of relevant information on the latest issues and legal decisions that impact you and your work. The 2016 Human Rights Symposium will offer programming in the following tracks:
• Employment Best Practices
• Public Policy
• Law Enforcement & Community
• Employment Law
• Business and Economic Development
The Human Rights symposium will include breakout sessions, extended networking activities and will focus on key issues such as:
- Diversity and Inclusion Strategies
- Police and Community Relations
- 21st Century Policing
- Civic Engagement
- Voting Rights
- Disability and Employment
- Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions
- Equal Pay and Wage Equity
- Pregnancy Accommodations
- MDHR Case Studies in Enforcement
Register early! The MDHR Human Rights Symposium in person attendance fills quickly.