WHAT IS NAHRW?

The National Association of Human Rights Workers [NAHRW] is an organization of individuals committed to providing education, training, research, networking, and professional development to its members in order to enable them to foster equality within a diverse society.

 

NAHRW aims to encourage the collection, compilation and dissemination of information and research among organizations and individuals engaged in the improvement of intergroup relations; to advance generally the science, process and art of intergroup relations and to improve the standards of work in that field, advancing technical and professional knowlege, standards and practices.

 

The NAHRW Annual Training Conference is the nation's leading human and civil rights workers conference. The conference is known for delivering the latest, most useful and easily implemented strategies for ridding our nation of unlawful discrimination.

 

 

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