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Onondaga County/Syracuse Commission on Human Rights

Barrie Gewanter
Executive Director

Bridget Owens
Human Rights Specialist

John H. Mulroy Civic Center,
Suite 19 - Basement Level
421 Montgomery Street
Syracuse, NY 13202

(315) 435-3565

 

Free Call from Inmates at Jail or Jamesville: (315) 435-3567 

 

Available & Scheduled Presentations

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AVAILABLE TOPICS FOR PRESENTATION BY HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION STAFF

 

1. The Mission and Work of the Onondaga County Human Rights Commission


2. Welcoming Diversity / Building Effective Relations in a Diverse Community

 

A full day training using a nationally tested training model from the the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI)

- For Information about the NCBI go to www.ncbi.org -

 

3. Building Awareness : Interacting with People with Disabilities

 

4. Rights of People Who Have Limited English Proficiency

 

5. What You Need to Know When Interacting with Police

 

RECENTLY COMPLETED PRESENTATIONS
 
12/3/15 to the Members of Trabajandos Juntos -   The Mission and Work of the Onondaga County Human Rights
    Commission & The Rights of Peoiple with Low English Proficiency (LEP)
 
2/3/16 to Legal Services Stgaff -   The Mission and Work of the Onondaga County Human Rights Commission and the
  New Jail Oversight Committee & The Rights of Peoiple with Low English Proficiency (LEP)
 
UPCOMING / SCHEDULED TRAININGS
 
2016 Onondaga County Diversity Trainings

National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI)* Workshop:
Welcoming Diversity / Building Effective Relations in a Diverse Community

These full day trainings are mandatory for all new Onondaga County employees. However any interested county employee may be able to register to participate, after consulting with their supervisor. If you are interested, please contact:
Human Rights Specialist Bridget Owens at bowens@ongov.net or (315) 435-3565
or Aimee Newton in the Personnel Department at anewton@ongov.net or (315) 435- 3537,

A limited number of slots in each of these trainings are open to the public with Pre-Registration. Contact: Human Rights Specialist Bridget Owens at bowens@ongov.net or (315) 435-3565                                   or Heather Whalen at the YWCA at ywcaadmin@cnymail.com or (315) 424-0040.

NCBI Trainers from the Human Rights Commission can also deliver NCBI diversity training for staff
of Non-Profit Human Service Organizations. For more information please contact Bridget Owens.

 

 

CourseĀ  Number

 

Training

Day

 

Training

Date

 

Deadline

To Register

 

Training Location

2271

Tuesday

January 12th

12/22/2015

County Office Building Room 803

2272

Wednesday

February 10th

01/20/2016

Onondaga Case Management

2273

Thursday

March 10th

2/18/2016

County Office Building Room 803

2274

Tuesday

April 12th

3/22/2016

County Office Building Room 803

2275

Thursday

May 12th

4/21/2016

Onondaga Case Management

2276

Wednesday

June 15th

5/25/2016

County Office Building Room 803

2277

Tuesday

July 12th

6/21/2016

County Office Building Room 803

2278

Wednesday

August 10th

7/20/2016

County Office Building Room 803

2279

Thursday

September 15th

8/25/16

Onondaga Case Management

2280

Wednesday

October 12th

9/21/2016

County Office Building Room 803

2281

Wednesday

November 9th

10/19/2016

Onondaga Case Management

2282

Thursday

December 15th

11/24/2016

County Office Building Room 803

 
Full Day Diversity Trainings begin at 8:30 am and end by 4:30 pm. Participants are required to remain during lunch, which is provided. Participants may bring their own lunch if they prefer. The County Office Building is at 600 South State St. (nearest x street Madison). Training is on 8th Floor. Onondaga Case Management is at 620 Erie Blvd West, Suite 302 (nearest x street Leavenworth)
 
* NOTE: The Onondaga County/Syracuse Human Rights Commission is an official affiliate of the National Coalition Building Institute  (NCBI) based in Silver Spring, Maryland. For More Information about the NCBI and its programs go to www.ncbi.org or contact
NCBI at info@ncbi.org or (240) 638-2813
 
Click Here for a PDF Version of this 2016 Diversity Training Information
 
Click Here for a Flier Describing the Goals & Content of the NCBI Diversity Workshop
 
 
 
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