The One Voice Minnesota initiative of The Advocates for Human Rights aims to combat bias, address immigration-related issues, and build healthy welcoming communities through a network of resources, tools and information sharing.
One Voice Minnesota Network
The One Voice Minnesota network includes individuals, organizations, groups, and institutions across Minnesota that are interested in helping their communities thrive and see diversity as an important element of positive growth.
To join our mailing list for our monthly newsletter, events, and updates, complete our membership form here: One Voice Minnesota Network Membership.
One Voice Minnesota Monitoring Project
The One Voice Minnesota Monitoring Project investigates, documents, and assesses how fully Minnesota welcomes all residents using a human rights framework. The experiences of immigrants, refugees, and long-term residents in Minnesota will be evaluated against international human rights standards to help create policy recommendations that ensure that Minnesotans' human rights are respected, protected, and fulfilled. The report, to be released in early 2014, will serve as a basis for public discussion and policy advocacy.
Find more information about the project here: One Voice Minnesota Monitoring Project.
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