The Milwaukee County Diversity Committee is always welcoming new members
DECEMBER IS HUMAN RIGHTS MONTH
What is the Human Rights Act?
The Human Rights Act is a UK law passed in 1998. It lets you defend your rights in UK courts and compels public organizations (including the Government, police and local councils) to treat everyone equally, with fairness, dignity and respect.
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The Milwaukee County Diversity Committee strives to honor inclusiveness, advocating for education, awareness, acceptance, and outreach in the workplace and community.
Effectively communicate the works of the Diversity Committee to all stakeholders.
Promote initiatives that enhance the quality of life through inclusion and engagement.
Provide leadership; promote equality and acceptance for all differences through education and outreach.
The full Diversity Committee is made up of department committees with members from the following Milwaukee County Departments:
Aging, Child Support Services, Office of the Comptroller, Corporation Counsel, County Clerk, County Treasurer, Court Services, District Attorney, Facilities, Family Care, Fleet Management, Human Resources, Medical Examiner, Parks and Recreation, Personnel Review Board, Sheriff, and Zoo.
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!
Contact Ted Fancher, Human Resources, for more information.