The agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships is the umbrella agency for eight distinct offices that envision a unified city where capacities and partnerships have been built and leaders from city governments and all corners of our community are empowered and supported. This agency creates opportunities for innovation to take root in local government and throughout the community to impact local challenges. HRCP is the model of inclusiveness, recognizing that diverse perspectives, skills and resources strengthen the foundation for lasting solutions.

Our mission is to proactively protect human rights, build capacities, and strengthen connections that result in stronger relationships in the community through collaboration, communication and advocacy. We address issues concerning older adults, racial, ethnic and religious minorities, women and families, people with disabilities, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, immigrants and refugees, neighborhood partnerships, and non-profit partnerships.

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May 21, 2015

Please join DOSP for the next event in our Spotlight On series -- Spotlight On: HOUSING.

Please join the Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships and other City agencies for an overview of the City's work around affordable housing and the interaction and relationships with the nonprofit community. The event will have 2 short speaker programs overviewing various housing issues within the City & County of Denver, including the impact the current market has on nonprofit organizations seeking affordable space.

There will be breakout sessions for nonprofit organizations and City agencies to dialogue on specific issues relating to housing, and ideally begin/continue building partnerships to work towards solutions.  There will also be an informal tabling session where attendees can network with city agencies and nonprofits working on housing issues. 

Space is limited. Please Click Here to RSVP!

Apr 09, 2015

The Denver Office on Immigrant & Refugee Affairs and the Denver Immigrant & Refugee Commission are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015 Immigrant Integration Mini Grants!

 We received over 25 applications from Denver area non-profits, faith based organizations, community groups, neighborhood organizations and residents.

All of the applications were outstanding and full of inspiring ways our community is thinking about immigrant integration.  It was not an easy process to choose only 6 recipients.

Read More about our recipients here...

Apr 08, 2015

Come join the Denver Office on Aging and the Denver Commission on Aging for the 1st Quarterly Meeting in the community on May 12th, 2015 at Southwest Improvement Council from 9-11am.

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