It is the mission of the Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships' Advisory Board to:
- Advocate on issues and opportunities of the represented commissions and at-large constituency groups and communicate those with the Agency
- Work with the Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships Director regarding Agency policies, goals and objectives that will affect the Agency and the constituencies of the Commissions and at-large groups
Established in 2007, the HRCP Advisory Board is made up of 15 members, 10 representatives from our Commissions and 5 at-large community members. The Advisory Board's primary responsibility is to advise the Executive Director on special or emerging issues or opportunities that may affect our communities./p>
Meeting Dates and Times
The Advisory Board meets monthly, on the fourth Friday of each month from 9:00-10:30am.
Wellington Webb Municipal Building
201 W. Colfax
Conference Room 1.D.1
The Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships (HRCP) is an agency of the Mayor’s Office in the City and County of Denver. HRCP is dedicated to addressing the needs and supporting the work of its constituent communities in Denver. The Agency affirms its commitment to inclusion in its work, its mission and in the outcomes it aims to achieve. It is the charge of HRCP to work with diverse communities in Denver and to support efforts for collaboration, advocacy and advancement. HRCP believes strongly that the contribution of all residents of Denver helps to build a welcoming city that continues to foster dialogue, inclusion and participation and will not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, sexual orientation, gender variance, gender expression, religion, marital status, national origin, military status, legal status, gender or physical or mental disability.