The Concord-Carlisle Human Rights Council is a community organization of volunteers working together to foster respect, understanding, good will, and conciliation among individuals and groups in the community. It is dedicated to the belief that all people are entitled to dignity and respect. The role of the Human Rights Council is one of education and advocacy.
The role of the Human Rights Council is one of education, advocacy, and mediation. Through representatives on its Executive Committee the Human Rights Council provides an opportunity for many community groups to network their activities, working together toward common goals.
Membership in the Human Rights Council is open to all persons living or working in, or in close association with the Concord-Carlisle community.
The Human Rights Council serves as the liason with local, national, and international human rights observances.
We meet the third Thursday of every month. Meetings are held at 7PM at the Hunt Recreation Center conference room. All are welcome!