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Washington County is a great place to live, but it takes a village to keep it that way. We understand that ensuring human rights for all, in our community and in the world, is an ongoing mission.
In recent years, Washington County has seen unprecedented growth and change, both in population and diversity. The HRC was established in 2006 to promote respect and dignity of all by supporting a community where every person is valued, and equal rights and diversity are embraced.
2012 Human Rights Poster Contest - "Unite for Human Rights!"
The Human Rights Council is now accepting entries for our 2012 Human Rights Poster Contest. Cash prizes are given in several categories. Click here for information on how to enter.
At left is the 2011 Grand Prize Winning poster by Elina Gouw, an eighth grader at Stoller Middle School in Beaverton. Click here to see all of the 2011 winners and honorable mentions.
Human Rights Council sends its support to the Sikh community
Check out our letter to Sikh leaders and photos from the recent candlelight vigil.
NEW! The Human Rights Council now has an educational slide presentation available in conjunction with the exhibit "No Easy Road: Unlearning Discrimination in Oregon."
Would you like to join the Council?
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