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Governor's Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion

The Governor's Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion was established by Executive Order 2017-09 pdf file on December 14th, 2017. The Council is charged with working cooperatively with the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights, the Civil Rights Unit of the New Hampshire Department of Justice, and any other relevant State entities to:

  • Review and analyze New Hampshire laws, regulations, and agency policies and procedures, and recommend changes or amendments, where necessary, to further combat discrimination and advance the ends of diversity and inclusion;
  • Identify and recommend ways in which the State can support local and community efforts, through educational programs or otherwise, to combat discrimination and advance diversity and inclusion;
  • Identify and recommend ways in which the State can partner with non-governmental organizations to combat discrimination and advance diversity and inclusion; and
  • Identify and recommend revisions to RSA 354-A and the scope of the duties of the Commission for Human Rights to combat discrimination and advance diversity and inclusion.

All meetings of the Council are public, and all members of the public are invited to attend. If you are interested in participating in the Council's work or have any questions, please contact Rogers Johnson, Council Chair, at rogersjjohnson@yahoo.com.

December 5 at 2:30pm at NH Department of Safety, 2nd floor conference room.

Agendas

Submitted Documents

Minutes

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Office of Governor Christopher Sununu
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