CHRO
{Promoting Equality & Justice for all Persons}
 
 

Agency Mission

The mission of the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities is to eliminate discrimination through civil and human rights law enforcement and to establish equal opportunity and justice for all persons within the state through advocacy and education. 



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CHRO Executive Director Tanya Hughes Attends Bill Signing with Governor Malloy


CHRO Introduces Its New Blog



BULLYING PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH FREE WEBINAR SERIES



Fillable Complaint Forms

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Summary Order

City of Shelton v. Collins City of Shelton v. Collins

No. 14-895-cv (September 23, 2014)

 

FY13-14 CASE PROCESSING STATISTICS



HUD Fair Housing Videos for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing



50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act

Watch as President Johnson Signs the Act Into Law



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News and Events

FROM CT-N

Construction Contracting & Bidding Transparency Working Group September 16th Meeting

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Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities Symposium on State and Federal Protections Against LGBTQ Housing Discrimination

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Construction Contracting & Bidding Transparency Working Group August 26th Meeting and Public Hearing


YWCA Teens Respond to CHRO Training About Sexual Harassment in the Workplace


Cheryl Sharp Appointed Deputy Director

 

2014 Kid's Court Essay Contest Award Recipients

 

CHRO Fair Housing Poster Contest Calendar

 

State Supreme Court Decision Affirms Strong Public Policy Against Workplace Sexual Harassment

 

An Open Letter to School Superintendents, Principals and Presidents of the PTA/PTO

 

Discrimination based on gender identity or expression is illegal under Public Act 11-55





Meetings, Hearings and Links

 

 
 
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The State of Connecticut is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages the applications of women, minorities and persons with disabilities.